MRI scans of the human brain multiple vie

MRI scans of the human brain multiple vie

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Caption: Brain scans. Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scans through a human head showing a healthy brain. Multiple sections through the head are seen. In the top four rows are sagittal 'slices' in which the head is seen in profile. At bottom are axial (horizontal) 'slices' going deeper into the head from left to right, with the eyes and nose also seen. In each scan the folded cerebrum makes up the largest area of the brain responsible for conscious thought. MRI scanning uses a power- ful magnet and radio waves to create 'slice' images through the body. The technique is useful in imaging soft tissues of the brain and body.

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Keywords: anatomy, brain, brain anatomy, brain scan, healthy, human body, mri, mri scan, multiple view, nervous system, neuroimaging

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