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Our scan is designed to help detect enlarged spleen.
2 minutes to book
Schedule your scan online at any location in our 5 cities at a time that works for you.
Fill out a 5-minute form of your medical summary.
60-minute full body MRI
Visit our imaging location for your 60-minute MRI that scans 13 organs - from your head to the pelvis.
5-day Ezra Report turnaround
Your images are reviewed by two radiologists and an Ezra Medical Provider to create your Ezra Report within 5 business days.
$1,450 or $125/month
$1,950 or $180/month
- 60-minute full-body MRI
- Images reviewed by 2 radiologists
- 5-day turnaround of Ezra Report
- 45-minute follow-up consultation
- Health and lifestyle recommendations
- Copy of your images to keep
- Personal Care Advisor
- Midyear check-in
What can an Ezra Full Body find?
Potential brain masses, abnormal fluid collections and signs of possible early aging.
Potential herniated discs, spinal cord compression or vertebral fractures.
Possible nodules as small as 1mm.
Potential gallstones and gallbladder polyps.
Possible enlarged spleens and splenule (accessory spleen).
Possible adrenal nodules.
Potential ovarian cysts, polycystic ovaries and endometriosis.
Potential thyroid nodules, thyroiditis (thyroid inflammation) and goiters.
Potential liver masses, fatty liver disease and iron overload.
Possible early pancreatic tumors (known as intraductal papillary mucinous neoplasms or IPMNs) and fatty pancreas.
Possible kidney masses, hydronephrosis (urine blockage) nodules and kidney stones.
Possible thickened bladders (trabeculation).
Potential prostate cancer and prostatitis (prostate inflammation).
*Not an all inclusive list of findings.
Our MRI protocol is optimized to help find cancer early while being fast.
13% of people scanned have found possible cancer.
6th generation protocol
Our MRI protocol combines 40 different series scanning most major organs.
We've run over 400 test scans that have been reviewed by 5 radiologists and a data science team for standard of care.
The sensitivity of an MRI makes it possible to catch possible cancer smaller than 2mm.
We use multiparametric MRI to increase specificity and minimize false positives of cancer findings.*
*Our 60-minute protocol does not constitute diagnostic imaging. It is a look inside the body for abnormalities that may require subsequent follow-up steps.
To know is to thrive. Here are some of our members’ stories.
"So, Ezra saved my life. That's the simple statement. I had surgery Sep 25th and today, Oct 1st, I got the pathology back, and am now cancer-free. I'll go into a regimen of surveillance against recurrence instead of chemotherapy or further treatment. This particular kind of cancer is usually not discovered until late, and so even though it's particularly operable, it's also particularly deadly. But here I am, because my Ezra scan served as my early warning system against problems." — Stock photo was used for member privacy
Daniel —57, New York