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magnetic resonance imaging
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Definition
diagnostic test that uses nuclear magnetic resonance of protons to produce proton density images
  • The Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), developed in West Germany, was a new technology just breaking on the scene at that time, and wasn't available to us.
    p. 122.3
  • + The Magnetic Resonance Imaging doesn't use X-rays but a magnet that excites the protons (microparticles), and the computer then gathers energy signals from these excited protons and transforms the protons into an image.
    p. 120.7

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  • Jim Anderson took several of the rabbits to Germany, imaged them on the MRI, and was able to see the tumor.
    p. 122.5
  • Neither did they image well with CT Scans* and MRI+ equipment.
    p. 120.0
  • MRI gives a clear-cut, definite picture of substances inside by reflecting the image based on the excitation of the protons.
    p. 120.9
  • The Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), developed in West Germany, was a new technology just breaking on the scene at that time, and wasn't available to us.
    p. 122.4

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