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Question:
Can I have an MRI of the head (magnetic resonance imaging — a sophisticated imaging technique that takes 3D pictures of the inside of the body) following macular pucker surgery?

Answer:
Yes, this surgery does not prohibit you from having an MRI.

Answered by: George Williams, MDDr. George Williams

Categories: Eye Diseases

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Answered: Mar 02, 2014

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