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MRI

MRI

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MRI

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Measurement Requirements and Interface.
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Early in the 1980s, the first serial MRI scans of people with MS changed physicians' fundamental understanding of this disease forever.
The primary hazard is thought to be "the projectile effect,' by which metal objects like pens, paper clips and even oxygen cylinders are rapidly pulled onto the powerful MRI magnets.
As for progress in MS research, MRI offers eye-opening information about the dynamics of MS activity in the brain--critical details that were never seen before.