MRI has the capability of studying live organisms without exposing them to potentially harmful ionizing radiation. Besides anatomical imaging, MRI is also capable of providing physiological information about several important aspects of biological processes.
The MRI has established itself as an important clinical tool in the diagnosis of central nervous system diseases. For example, the complete imaging evaluation of CNS neoplasms includes detection, characterisation, and determination of tumour extent (or metastatic spread).
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