Magnetic Resonance (MR) is one of the most impressive diagnostic procedures among the newly developed imaging technologies. This method ensures that tumor masses are discovered at an early stage before the symptoms of the disease are formed. The MRI examination, which is conducted in situations where the classic scanning methods would fail to detect, facilitates the diagnosis of the tumor. Images of the patient who lies on the mobile device table are produced in 30 minutes maximum, with optimum resolution and quality by using parallel imaging and combining software programs. While the patient is in the cylinder that creates a strong a magnetic effect, the MRI emits radio waves that cause hydrogen atoms in the body to release energy. Information about thousands of hydrogen atoms which are moved by magnetic effect are recorded on a computer. Thanks to the examination of this information, a very sensitive and high quality film is obtained.