Magnetic resonance imaging


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NAME

Magnetic resonance imaging

DESCRIPTION

Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is a non-invasive biomedical imaging technique that uses a strong oscillating magnetic field to induce endogenous atoms such as hydrogen, or exogenously added contrast agents, to emit radiowaves that are detected and used to generate two and three-dimensional images of a living subject in the MRI scanner.

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