How You Look Like From the Inside Through an MRI Machine [WATCH VIDEO]

By Sandip Pal | 3 years ago
How You Look Like From the Inside Through an MRI Machine [WATCH VIDEO]
A T2-weighted sagittal MRI scan, from a patient with Chiari-like symptomatology, demonstrating tonsillar herniation less than 3 mm

This video introduces the best moving images of our inner selves. Each shot through an MRI machine is a revelation of sorts that helps people improve their understanding about the human anatomy, internal body procedures and show us what it is like to be from within while undergoing certain emotions and physical activities. Watch the video below and go deep inside a human being where everything is just the same, no differences.

MRI or magnetic resonance imaging is a medical imaging technique used to create detailed images of the organs and tissues of the body.

MRI has myriad applications when it comes to medical diagnosis, and it is preferred over CT, or computerized tomography, because it does not use ionizing radiation. It is very helpful in determining neurological disorders as it is a lot more sensitive than a CT scan. Other than this, it is used for cardiovascular, musculoskeletal imaging, etc.

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Photo source: Wikimedia Commons/Raymond F Sekula Jr, Peter J Jannetta, Kenneth F Casey, Edward M Marchan, L Kathleen Sekula and Christine S McCrady



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