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Get your Ezra Full Body MRI Scan — it only takes one hour and screens for cancer in up to 14 organs.
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Your Ezra clinician will take you through your easy-to-interpret Ezra report, and actionable next steps.
Changing the fight against cancer with early, accurate, full-body screening.
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Invisibility is cancer’s greatest weapon. Our MRI scan changes that.
Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) scans are uniquely effective at accurately displaying abnormalities inside the body. When combined with our world-class healthcare team, we make MRI-based full-body screening fast, accurate, and affordable.
MRI combined with our healthcare team is exceptionally accurate and sensitive—better at identifying potential cancer in most organs than CT or ultrasound alone.
- Useful screening tool
- Not a useful screening tool
- Useful, but utilizes harmful radiation
New onset or pattern change of headaches, unexplained nausea and vomiting, vision or hearing problems, difficulty balancing or walking, speech problems, personality or behavior changes, seizures.
MRI with AI Assisted Image Analysis: AI was used to assist radiologists in segmenting the brain into normal and abnormal tissue.1
MRI for Brain Tumor Characterization: MRI was successfully used to differentiate high-grade and low-grade gliomas, as well as metastasis.2
MRI Contrast: There was found to be no significant difference in the detection of brain tumors between contrast and non-contrast enhanced MRI scans in a cohort of children with prior brain tumors.3
Symptoms depend on tumor size, type, and location. Some common signs include pain, numbness, muscle weakness, difficulty standing or walking, spinal deformities, general loss of sensation and paralysis to varying degrees.
Swelling, pain, or a lump in the front of the neck, trouble swallowing, a constant cough that is not due to a cold, changes in your voice.
MRI: MRI is highly accurate in differentiating benign and malignant lesions on the basis of apparent diffusion coefficient values obtained from diffusion weighted images. 6
Diffusion weighted MRI: DW-MRI images were used to risk stratify cases of thyroid cancer.7
CT and MRI: CT and MRI were both found to be useful in assessing the extrathyroid extension of known cancer.8
Coughing up blood, shortness of breath, chest pain, losing weight without trying.
MRI: MRI can correctly identify malignant nodules 5mm or larger with increasing diagnostic accuracy when computer assisted detection is used.9
Nodule Detection by MRI: MRI is suitable for lung cancer screening with excellent sensitivity and specificity for nodules greater than 6 mm.10
CT and Chest X-Ray: This paper details the sensitivity and specificity of low-dose CT and chest X-Rays for lesion detection in a lung-cancer screening cohort.11
MRI requires further study in order to determine efficacy in detecting lung cancer early with similar sensitivity and specificity as low dose computer tomography (LDCT). Therefore, the Ezra Full Body Scan includes a LDCT of the lungs for individuals at high risk of lung cancer, as determined by an Ezra medical provider.
Most people do not show symptoms from early stage liver cancer. Symptoms may include losing weight without trying, loss of appetite, upper abdominal pain, nausea and vomiting, yellow discoloration of the skin/ eyes, white chalky stool.
MRI vs. CT and US – MRI was shown to be the best imaging modality for the detection of lesions in a high-risk population cohort when compared to CT or ultrasound.12
Diagnostic Performance of MRI – MRI has a higher sensitivity and similar specificity for the detection of liver lesions when compared to CT and US.13
Abdominal pain/ bloating, fever, losing weight without trying, nausea, yellowing of the skin or eyes.
MRI vs. CT – MRI was found to be better than multidetector row CT in the diagnosis of gallbladder carcinoma.14
Signs and symptoms often don’t occur until the disease is advanced. They may include pain in the upper abdomen that radiates to your back, loss of appetite, unexplained weight loss, new-onset diabetes, yellowing of skin or eyes.
MRI vs. Other Imaging Modalities – In a large-population, mixed-patient cohort, MRI performed identically or better than CT, PET, or ultrasound for the detection pancreatic cancer.15
Enlarged spleen, pain in abdomen (upper left corner), unexplained weight loss, fever, fatigue, night sweats, weakness, and high levels of lymphocytes in the blood.
MRI: MRI is an excellent imaging tool for diagnosis, evaluation, and characterization of various focal splenic lesions and pathologic conditions.16
Signs and symptoms rarely present in the early stages of disease. In the later stages, kidney cancer may cause blood in urine, pain in the back/ side that doesn’t go away, loss of appetite, or unexplained weight loss.
MRI vs. CT – MRI showed similar sensitivity for the detection and staging of kidney cancer lesions as CT, and showed better specificity in both areas.17
Non-Contrast MRI – Diffusion-weighted MRI can be used to effectively characterize renal lesions.18
Weight gain, muscle weakness, nausea, vomiting, back pain, fever, loss of appetite, pink or purple stretch marks on the skin, hormone changes that result in the development of opposite-gender secondary sex characteristics (women – excess facial hair, hair loss, men – enlarged breast tissue, shrinking testicles).
MRI vs. CT – MRI with chemical shift imaging is superior to CT in the differentiation of adrenocortical adenomas from other adrenal lesions.19
Blood in urine, painful urination, pelvic pain.
Urine Cytology – This screening technique has a very low sensitivity for the detection of bladder cancer.20
Diffusion Weighted MRI – DW MRI imaging demonstrates high sensitivity and specificity in the detection and staging of bladder tumors.21
Cytology and Cystoscopy – There is little evidence to demonstrate the efficacy of urine cystoscopy and cytology for bladder cancer screening.22
Abdominal bloating or swelling, quickly feeling full when eating, unexplained weight loss, discomfort in the pelvis area, changes in bowel habits, frequent need to urinate.
Screening for Ovarian Cancer with CA-125 – This glycoprotein is used as a screening tool for ovarian cancer but has a high false positive rate and poor sensitivity and specificity values.23
Diffusion weighted MRI – DW MRI had a high diagnostic ability for ovarian cancer detection.24
MRI vs. CT – DW MRI performed better at diagnosing ovarian cancer and differentiating between benign and malignant lesions than CT.25
Vaginal bleeding after menopause, bleeding between periods, abnormal/ watery/ blood-tinged discharge from your vagina, pelvic pain.
MRI vs. Other Imaging Modalities – MRI performs better than CT/PET-CT for evaluating local tumor extent in endometrial cancer.26
MRI for Myometrial Invasion – MRI is a good technique for identifying invasion to the outer half of the myometrium.27
Trouble urinating, decreased force of the urine stream, blood in semen, bone pain, erectile dysfunction.
Non-Contrast Enhanced MRI – NCE MRI has a high negative predictive value in ruling out clinically significant prostate cancer.28
MRI to Avoid Unnecessary Biopsies – Using an MRI to triage suspicious cases allows nearly 30% of patients avoid a prostate biopsy.29
MRI Prostate Cancer Detection Rate – The detection rate of clinically significant disease is higher with MRI than with standard “blind” biopsies.30
- Useful screening tool
- Not a useful screening tool
- Useful, but utilizes harmful radiation
Daniel57, New York
"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."
Irina42, New York
"I was looking for an advanced check-up, and came across Ezra. Their inexpensive offering and the information I got on their website and in a phone call, convinced me to do a Full Body Scan with them. The scan took place in an established facility with modern equipment. I received the results one week later and a doctor explained to me all the findings. Overall, Ezra provided a very pleasant and professional experience. I am really grateful that with Ezra I can check my health in such a comprehensive way at an affordable price." Stock photo used for member privacy.
Patrick36, New York
"In February, I scheduled a full-body scan with Ezra after a close friend was diagnosed with cancer. I had no reason for concern, it was just a screening, so I was very surprised to find that my scan turned up an alarmingly large brain tumor. I've since undergone surgery, which fortunately went well, and the pathology results were favorable. My doctors told me that had I not gotten that scan, it could have easily been 5 to 10 years before the tumor had been discovered at the onset of symptoms. In all likelihood, my scan bought me years of additional quality of life, and for that my family and I will always be profoundly grateful." Stock photo used for member privacy.
Patricia75, New Jersey
"My Ezra scan has given me peace of mind. After learning about my findings, I am now aware of things I need to monitor that I was not aware of prior to my scan. The Ezra experience was pleasant, from beginning to end. Everyone was professional and knowledgeable, including the staff at the facility. Signing up for an Ezra full body scan was the best thing I ever did for myself."
John48, New York
"You guys saved my life. I ended up having double bypass surgery after your calcium score allowed me to force my cardiologist to order an angiogram. It showed a 90% and 80% blockage [of heart arteries]. I had Coronary Artery Bypass Surgery right before Covid-19 hit us." Stock photo used for member privacy.
Asia43, New Jersey
"The Ezra organization was very helpful, the staff was very kind & for that I am grateful. Additionally, the facility was very virtuous. Everyone there made me feel very comfortable & I will be referring Ezra to all my friends & family!"
"The Ezra experience was such a nice way to have peace of mind. I have cancer in my family so I wanted to be really proactive. The whole experience was professional and exactly what I needed to have a baseline on my health."
Russell55, New York
"My experience with Ezra was very positive. The whole process was seamless and the representatives were really friendly, patient, and knowledgeable about the whole thing. I found some information that proved to be almost lifesaving so it was definitely worth doing. I definitely plan to go back."
“My Ezra scan was 100% worth it. Health is very important in life and unless you have symptoms, a doctor will not generally send you for the type of scan that Ezra provides. With a family history of cancer, I learned that my father had no symptoms prior to his cancer diagnosis - hence the importance of early detection. Ezra handled every step with care, and the discussion of my findings was professional. My scan picked up an issue that I was able to follow up with my doctor on, that I need to continue monitoring. Without Ezra I would not have this peace of mind.”
Dean62, New York
"I’m a huge fan of Ezra! It’s such a great service to not only to detect early cancer, but also other secondary health issues. I believe it will eventually become a household name. I hope that insurance companies will soon realize the benefit of preventive medicine, and how this service could save lives as well as millions of dollars." Stock photo used for member privacy.
Brian65, New Jersey
“MRIs are a powerful tool in early cancer detection. I hope someday soon everyone will have access to this life-saving diagnostic tool as part of an annual exam. My experience, from the initial call to the final report, was professional, very informative and the most comprehensive exam I have ever done. The details provided in the Ezra scan can give you peace of mind, and/or identify problems before they manifest themselves - at an early, treatable, stage.”