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What is nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy?

What is nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy?

MRS or MRI: MRI is magnetic resonance imaging a type of medical imaging MRS is MR spectroscopy a rarer medical type of exam based on the science behind MRIs in part aimed at either parts of the brain or perhaps skeletal muscle to evaluate metabolism at times....both would be done in an MRI facility. when developed the nuclear part of both was dropped so as to not scare people about it.... ...Read more

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What are advantages of MRT (Magnetic Resonance Tomography) scan over MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) scan? Are these equally safe?

What are advantages of MRT (Magnetic Resonance Tomography) scan over MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) scan? Are these equally safe?

Same: Those are equivalent terms for the same type of imaging. No x-rays or iodine containing contrast is used for MRI studies. Here is a helpful link. http://www.mr-tip.com/serv1.php?type=db1&dbs=Magnetic%20Resonance%20Tomography ...Read more

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Is Magnetic Resonance Venography better than a CT Venography?

Is Magnetic Resonance Venography better than a CT Venography?

YES: Yes MRI is usually more accurate than Ct venogram.However certain situations like CT angiography of the brain is usually better a radiologist or specialized physician needs to decide case-by-case if MRR CT is better ...Read more

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Which machine supports the lungs and heart a echmo machine?

Which machine supports the lungs and heart a echmo machine?

Many: There are multiple machines they can do this. For example the tandem heart, ecmo, and ventricular assist devices. ...Read more

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What is magnetic resonance imaging (mri)

What is magnetic resonance imaging (mri)

Nice pictres...: A very hi-tech, no radiation way of taking pictures of our bodies to aid doctors in helping pinpoint what is going on in a particular area of our body. ...Read more

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Any good uses of cat scan and magnetic resonance in dentistry?

Any good uses of cat scan and magnetic resonance in dentistry?

Yes and increasing: The increased availability of advanced imaging techniques are useful in accurately locating impacted teeth, diagnosing pathology, locating vital structures for implant placement and tooth removal, to diagnose fractures and facial malformations and in general allow the dentist to accurately see that which is unseen. ...Read more

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Does a magnetic resonance venogram have superior image quality to a CT venogram?

Does a magnetic resonance venogram have superior image quality to a CT venogram?

No, CT spacial image: detail quality (partially older technology with more improvements over time) remains much superior to MRI. Yet CT is radiation, MRI (actually NMRI) no radiation, but slower, more noise & better at distinguishing soft tissue differences. Yet both only show location of dye in vein, not the vein itself, thus can easily miss issues present but not reflected in dye column. ...Read more

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Heard about quality of the nomad handheld dental xray machine?

Heard about quality of the nomad handheld dental xray machine?

Excellent 3 years!!: I believe the the nomad was the first handheld fda approved "x-ray" device. I have used it for 3 years. It is convenient , potable, cost effective (one unit can be enough for an entire office) takes excellent pictures and incredibly safe (low radiation digital) to the patient and health care provider! ...Read more

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What is a magnetic resonance venogram used for?

What is a magnetic resonance venogram used for?

Evaluates veins: Good way of evaluating veins from head to legs. See radiologyinfo.Org for more details. ...Read more

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Which is better: zerona, velashape or ultra cavitation?

Which is better: zerona, velashape or ultra cavitation?

Better?: All non invasive therapies for skin tightening have VERY limited results and are rarely reproducible... ...Read more

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Thinking of $$$ investment in myself - BLT Vanquish. Uses RF technology. Seems Safe and noninvasive. Thoughts /Feedback?

Thinking of $$$ investment in myself - BLT Vanquish. Uses RF technology. Seems Safe and noninvasive. Thoughts /Feedback?

It's BTL: BLT is a Bacon Lettuce Tomato sandwich.... Kidding aside, we do not give such advice on Health Tap Prime however I would be very careful about weight control or fat removal systems! Hope this helps! Dr Z ...Read more

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How accurate are quantum electromagnetic resonance health analyser?

How accurate are quantum electromagnetic resonance health analyser?

Mystery black box: The description of cells giving off weird magnetic fields, accuracy proved by "a hundred million cases", and not a single scientific publication or any description that makes sense tells me this is simply a health fraud. If you're interested in energy / integrative medicine, get with a real, evidence holist such as some of my HealthTap teammates. It's a fascinating area. ...Read more

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Mri(magnetic resonance imaging) used to be called nmr. Was the change political?

Yes: College of radiology was afraid the word nuclear in NMR would scare people away. Know what else MRI stands for? ...Read more

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How does an optical sorting machine work?

How does an optical sorting machine work?

Machine vision: Optical sorting machines use optical-mechanical detectors and mechanical sorters to scan items, usually on a production line to separate out desired and undesired characteristics. Devices also exist to identify individual cells in this manner and sort them out to remove abnormal cells, for instance, from the blood stream or perform diagnostic cell counting. ...Read more

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Can a high-powered magnetic resonance imaging scanner cause cancer to patients or staff?

Can a high-powered magnetic resonance imaging scanner cause cancer to patients or staff?

No known association: Mri relies on changing nuclear atomic spin, and does not change the chemical bonds of molecules, which can alter dna and cause cancer. However, the use of a contrast agent in patients called gadolinium during the procedure may induce the onset of a debilitating malady commonly known as nsf/nfd. This can cause fibrosing throughout the body. http://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/550783. ...Read more

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Ultra sound personal devices work plaque brake-up calf muscles?

Ultra sound personal devices work  plaque brake-up calf muscles?

Not good idea: Therapeutic and/or diagnostic ultrasound should be used by a physician. I am not sure that ultrasound will break up plaque using a "personal device". ...Read more

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Is a magnetic mattress compatible with a breathing machine for apnea?

Is a magnetic mattress compatible with a breathing machine for apnea?

Don't see why not: I can't imagine the magnetic aspect of your mattress would interfere with the operation of your CPAP machine. Shouldn't be a problem. ...Read more

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What is a magnetoencephalography machine?

What is a magnetoencephalography machine?

Magnetic brain waves: An meg machine measures brain magnetic fields while an eeg machine measures the brains electrical fields. Magnetic fields are more difficult to detect than the electric fields but are not blocked as much by the skull as are the electrical fields. ...Read more

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How effective is an eagle pulmolab pft machine?

How effective is an eagle pulmolab pft machine?

Spirometry: Many spirometers on the market but it is important to ask around at various large pulmonary labs to determine which machines they are using and all of the likes/dislikes before making the decision. Too many bells and whistles is unnecessary. ...Read more