Magnetic resonance imaging

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Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is a method of creating images of the inside of opaque organs in living organisms as well as detecting the amount of bound water in geological structures. It is primarily used to visualise pathological or other physiological alterations of living tissues as well as to estimate the permeability of rock to hydrocarbons. It is now a commonly used form of medical imaging.

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