Today a catheterization is generally no longer needed to view the arteries. With MRI, an examination of all vessels – with the exception of the coronary vessels – in the human body is possible. A special contrast medium is administered through the arm for this purpose. There are normally no side effects. A computer converts the resulting images into three-dimensional vascular images. Until recently, unrestricted use of this technique was only possible using tunnel systems. Our magnetic resonance imaging allows vascular examinations in open systems for the first time with the greatest level of comfort.