Magnetic Imaging Technology Inc.
This article was originally published in Start Up
Diagnostic Imaging; MRI. A patient's lungs can be visualized using Magnetic Imaging Technologies' hyperpolarized inert gases as a new kind of MRI contrast agent. The inert gas imaging technology also offers the possibility of a new generation of low-magnetic field MRI machines.
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