Dynamic pelvic floor magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is a kind of noninvasive test that actually uses a powerful magnetic field, as well as radio waves and a computer system to produce a complete detailed picture of the pelvic floor, i.e. network of muscles that stretches in between the pubic bone and the spine and the abdominal organs that it supports. It is usually used to obtain various information about the pelvic floor’s structure. It also helps in noting down the function of the muscles within it and also identifies any abnormalities or damage. Dynamic MR defecography consists of imaging patients during squeezing, straining, and defecation. Two methods are used, depending on the configuration of the MR unit.

The patient can be either supine in a closed-magnet system or sitting in an open-magnet system. The open-magnet system allows image acquisition with the patient upright.

The primary advantages of imaging is that the examination is done by making the patient stay in a sitting position and this way it helps in maximizing the evidence of pelvic floor weakness due to gravity and permitting physiologic movement of the anorectum during defecation.
The professionals offer the right kind of treatment and performing such test helps an individual to find out the necessary things without having any difficulty. The experts do the examination with utmost care that offers one with the chance to get treated in perfect way and diagnose the problem without having any difficulty.