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Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), formerly referred to as magnetic resonance tomography (MRT) and, in scientific circles, nuclear magnetic resonance imaging (NMRI) or NMR zeugmatography imaging, is a non-invasive method used to render images of the inside of an object. It is primarily used in medical imaging to demonstrate pathological or other physiological alterations of living tissues.

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The Philips The 3.0T Achieva

Image:MRI The 3.0T Achieva.jpg The Philips The 3.0T Achieva Image:MRI_Scanner_3T_Achieva.jpg

The Philips Open Scanner

The Philips Open Scanner

MRI Scan of Kidneys & veins

Image:MRI Scan.jpg MRI Scan of Kidneys & veins to pelvis & legs

MRI Scan of Heart, Kidneys & veins

Image:MRI Scan 02.jpg MRI Scan of Heart, Kidneys & veins to pelvis


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