MRI and CT are both powerful diagnostic imaging tools. Each has its own benefits and drawbacks. For example, multiple sclerosis lesions are almost impossible to visualize using CT but are clearly seen using specialized MRI sequences. Conversely, lung nodules are challenging to characterize with MRI; due to the high resolution of Lung CT there is a greater chance of visualizing and evaluating these areas. Our team of board certified, fellowship trained radiologists have developed our MRI/CT combo Whole Body Scan protocol, using the strengths of both modalities, to offer a high resolution scan with the lowest radiation dose possible for diagnosis.