20160112_0004
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Spinal cord and spinal column, observed by multimodal conventional 3-tesla human body MRI

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20160112_0004

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5.11 x 10 cm / 300 dpi

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Spinal cord and spinal column, observed by multimodal conventional 3-tesla human body MRI, with a T2-weighted image. This imaging technique enables us to locate any anomalies in the signal which might be evidence of tissue damage. It also allows us to comprehend the geometry of the medullary canal and detect potential atrophies or degenerative changes which could, for example, induce a compression of the spinal cord.

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