Hospitals are warning patients not to wear yoga pants and other clothes with lycra or spandex for magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) appointments. The metal microfibers in some athletic clothing can cause burns during the procedure.
Hospitals are warning patients not to wear yoga pants and other clothes with lycra or spandex for magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) appointments. The metal microfibers in some athletic clothing can cause burns during the procedure. Keith Srakocic The Associated Press file
Hospitals are warning patients not to wear yoga pants and other clothes with lycra or spandex for magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) appointments. The metal microfibers in some athletic clothing can cause burns during the procedure. Keith Srakocic The Associated Press file

Getting an MRI? Ditch the yoga pants, hospitals warn

May 10, 2018 07:16 AM