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Magnetic ‘metal seed’ that destroys brain tumours in ten minutes invented by British scientists Deadly brain tumours could be removed in just ten minutes with a groundbreaking new treatment which uses MRI scanners to heat up cancer cells until they die.…
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In 1983, Robert “Bob” Kagan, a 36-year-old pathologist, set out on foot from Holy Cross Hospital in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, looking for a place to birth an industry. He’d find it in a McDonald’s, which would become one of America’s first outpatient MRI…
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In medicine, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) uses powerful magnetic fields and radio waves to show what’s happening inside the body, producing dynamic images of our internal organs. Using similar technology that tracks blood flow, functional magnetic…
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Taking MRI Technology Down To Micrometer Scales

Millions of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scans are performed each year to diagnose health conditions and perform biomedical research. The different tissues in our bodies react to magnetic fields in varied ways, allowing images of our anatomy to be…
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Among women with dense breast tissue, for whom traditional mammograms are less effective at detecting cancer, who request additional screening after a negative mammogram, abbreviated breast MRI (AB-MR) may be a valuable cancer detection tool. In a study…
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Oakland MRI Is Hiring!

Oakland MRI is looking for Clinical/Administrative Assistant to join our team of highly dedicated professionals who are committed in providing top-quality patient care. The candidate should possess attributes that include excellent communication skills,…
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Routine Mammography Not Necessary If Used Breast MRI

Adding screening mammography to annual screening MR imaging for women at high risk for breast cancer does not increase cancer detection rates, according to a study published in Radiology. Researchers from Canada performed a retrospective review to…
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Magnetic resonance imaging appears to be safe for patients with cardiac implantable electronic devices, even for chest imaging, according to a new study by researchers from the Intermountain Medical Center Heart Institute in Salt Lake City. In the past,…
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Researchers and clinicians now have a new tool to help them further their understanding of disease and the complexities of the human body. Scientists have made incredible strides in understanding the world around us. They’ve shot astronauts into space,…
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Researchers from St. Michael’s Hospital have made what are believed to be two world first discoveries: an MRI can measure kidney damage and can predict future kidney function within one year while avoiding needle biopsies. The researchers used a specific…
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