Magnetic resonance imaging software tools
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) has become firmly established as an essential imaging tool. Two characteristics of MRI--its ability to image soft tissue and its avoidance of harmful ionizing radiation--more than compensate for the costs, complexity, safety issues, and patient discomfort associated with it. Today, MRI is the modality of choice for a number of neurological and musculoskeletal indications and is being used for more applications than ever before.
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Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is a powerful, non-invasive diagnostic medical imaging technique widely used to acquire detailed information about anatomy and function of different organs in the body, in both health and disease. It utilizes electromagnetic fields of three different frequency bands: static magnetic field (SMF), time-varying gradient magnetic fields (GMF) in the kHz range and pulsed radiofrequency fields (RF) in the MHz range.
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