A method of imaging of the body that allows the organs to be viewed in 'slices'.

Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) Scans resemble an X-ray but radiation is not used. Instead the limb is placed inside a magnetic coil, and the alignment of cellular charge to the magnet allows an interpretation to be made by computer as to the structure, and to some extent composition, of the body tissues.

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A paper about things in the knee that are easily missed on MRI.

MRI imaging of the patella provides information that a plain X-ray cannot.

Specifically the MRI allows the doctor to evaluate the...

Dr Ronald Grelsamer exposes some problems in the MRI business.

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