Information for Doctors

Trinity MRI is committed to meeting your specific medical imaging requirements.

  • Technology

    Our scanner, a Phillips 3.0T machine, was specifically chosen to provide advanced imaging tools such as spectroscopy, perfusion imaging, quantitative volumetric imaging, tractography, and functional MRI, and very high quality MR angiography.

  • InteleViewer

    New users click here to create an InteleViewer account.
    Existing InteleViewer users click here to set up access to Trinity PACS.

  • Sedation

    Most patients find an MRI scan easy to tolerate, but some patients may feel uncomfortable, and require sedation.  If you think your patient may need sedation, please let us know in advance.

  • Radiographic Expertise

    Trinity only employs dedicated MRI radiographers, with special skills in advanced neuroimaging.  Their detailed knowledge allows them to tailor your examination to your specific needs, adjusting the scan technique case by case.

  • Patient Safety

    We continuously monitor patient’s heart rate and oxygenation by pulse oximetry. All our staff are trained in CPR. We have full resuscitation equipment available. Patients are continuously visually monitored during scanning, and can communicate with the staff at any point during their scan.

  • Radiological Expertise

    Our consultant radiologists are all subspecialty trained. All studies are supervised, tailored to each patient, and reported on the same day.  Your study will then be second-reported by an independent consultant, before a final report is issued.

Case Studies

Clival Chordoma presenting as a facial numbness

Clival Chordoma presenting as a facial numbness

Patient presents with right facial numbness, suggesting trigeminal neuropathy.

Upper Lumbar Disc Extrusion

Upper Lumbar Disc Extrusion presenting as a groin pain

The case below emphasizes the need to image the upper lumbar region in a patient with right groin pain.

Ecchordosis Physaliphora

Ecchordosis Physaliphora

Ecchordosis is a benign and incidental finding, seen in approximately 2% of the population.

Colloid Cyst presenting as a headaches

Colloid Cyst presenting as a headaches

Middle-aged patient with several weeks of headaches, impaired memory, and balance problems.