False-colour NMR image of the human liver & spleen

False-colour NMR image of the human liver & spleen

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Caption: False colour nuclear magnetic resonance image (NMR) of a transverse section through the abdomen of a normal person, showing the liver and spleen. The liver appears as a curved yellow & green mass on left, with the smaller spleen coded in similar colour at bottom right. The dark area at top right represents the stomach. The spinal cord is visible at centre bottom of image. The continuous white region that envelopes the section corresponds to a layer of subcutaneous fat. The two separate images at left & right represent the person's arms.

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Keywords: anatomy, false-coloured, human body, liver, liver and spleen, nmr, nmr scan, scan, spleen, stomach

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