This is a photograph of a 3T MRI scanner. Scanners such as this one use magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) to produce images of a patient’s brain. The letter ‘T’ stands for ‘Tesla’, the unit that indicates the size of the magnetic field used in the scanner. In the past, machines only had a 1.5T magnetic field; now, most new scanners use 3T imaging. The stronger magnetic field improves the image resolution and can increase the speed of imaging. MRI images can reveal how a brain has been damaged or affected by neurological disease. Doctors can use MRI to diagnose and monitor a variety of different neurological conditions, including Alzheimer’s disease, epilepsy, multiple sclerosis and stroke. In this gallery you will find some examples of images produced from MRI scans, of both healthy and damaged brains.
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