• New imaging technique captures real-time brain motion in stunning detail

    1 month ago - By News Medical

    Magnetic Resonance Imaging images are usually meant to be static. But now, researchers from Mātai Medical Research Institute , Stevens Institute of Technology, Stanford University, the University of Auckland and other institutions, report on an imaging technique that captures the brain in motion in real time, in 3D and in stunning detail, providing a potential diagnostic tool for detecting difficult-to-spot conditions such as obstructive brain disorders and aneurysms - before they become life threatening.
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