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Our team of experienced radiation oncologists will determine if you are a potential candidate for MRIdian® MRI-guided radiation therapy or if you might be best suited for another therapy.

MRIdian® – MRI-Guided Radiation Offers More Precise Tumor Treatment

New technology now available at Orlando Health allows for more precise treatment of cancer tumors through real-time magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) during radiation therapy.

Called MRIdian®, the system enables physicians to target tumors in real time instead of relying on static images taken minutes or even days before a patient’s radiation session. Real-time visualization offers physicians the advantage of more accurate treatment as the location of a tumor inside the body may shift during subtle natural movements, such as when a patient breathes or digests food.

Orlando Health UF Health Cancer Center is one of only four healthcare facilities in the state of Florida to offer this new, advanced treatment option. Physicians at Orlando Health UF Health Cancer Center are using MRI-guided radiation therapy for the treatment of breast, head and neck, lung, gynecologic, gastrointestinal cancers as well as soft tissue sarcoma. Our medical staff is also participating in national clinical studies to evaluate MRIdian’s unique applicability in the treatment of various tumor types.

Benefits of MRIdian Treatment

For patients, MRI-guided radiation therapy offers several advantages over traditional radiation treatment:

  • Allows for more precise treatment of tumors through real-time magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)
  • Offers safer treatment by decreasing radiation to healthy tissue
  • Can expose patients to less radiation to moving adjacent organs
  • May reduce the course of treatment by as much as half, or by several weeks, for some patients

MRIdian therapy is provided at the Orlando Health – Health Central Hospital location of Orlando Health UF Health Cancer Center.

Our team of experienced radiation oncologists will determine if you are a potential candidate for MRI-guided radiation therapy, or if you might be best suited for another therapy. Request a consultation