Magnetic Resonance Imaging

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MRI is the latest technological advancement of medicine for the accurate diagnosis of many diseases, even in early stages.
It consists of a complex set of transmission apparatus of electromagnetism, receiving antennas radio frequencies and computers to analyze data to produce detailed images of two or three dimensions with a level of precision never before achieved to detect, or rule, changes in the organs and tissues of the human body, avoiding annoying and aggressive procedures such as myelography (lumbar puncture), arthrography (introduction of contrast media in joints) and others involving aggression or discomfort to the patient.

Magnetic resonance imaging is a diagnostic study in which no X-ray magnetic waves are used but this type of

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