MRI or “Magnetic Resonance Imaging” is a noninvasive method used to render images of the insides of an object or the human body. It is a radiology technique the uses radio waves and magnetism. The output is viewed from the computer scrutinized and recorded by its operator.
This technique is used by many clinics. Avicenna Clinic in Peterborough used this technique for Magnetic Resonance Imaging .The whole process takes a few minutes; the magnet within the device creates a chain reaction which then aligns protons and hydrogen atoms for exposure to the radio wave beams.
The input that is received is then processed furthermore by the computer to be released to the operator as a readable output. An image is materialized which with further scrutiny will show if anything alien or unnatural is within the body. Minuscule changes in the body structure is pinpointed and given apt response.
As is stated above, MRI scanners are usually used in the medical field. Medical imaging which can give results to pathological or physiological alterations in the body. It is not entirely exclusive to the medical profession though because the machine could also be used for geological purposes.
It is, currently, the most advance disease detection machine human have created, not only the bodily abnormalities but also anomalies within our head, or more specifically the brain. Abnormalities which can likely lead to aneurysm, stroke and hard to detect brain tumors can be detected and if possible, prevented.