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:Home Penny Gowland – Professor of Physics, Faculty of Science Sir Peter Mansfield Imaging Centre – Nottingham University
Published On: 17-09-2020Categories: Testimonials

Open scanners give a whole new dimension to MRI, which can be used to study the effects of gravity on structure and function, and also dynamic processes in the human body. This will provide new clinical information most obviously in MSK imaging but also in lung, GI and neuroimaging, and will also open up new avenues in experimental medicine research. Furthermore, the convenience of the scanner offers the chance for faster patient scanning with less risk of claustrophobia.

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