The advent of Magnetic Resonance Imaging represented a further quantum leap in tomographic imaging in that soft tissue contrast was dramatically superior to CT with no radiation dose. On the other hand, MRI suffered from image distortion and long scan times, as well as limitation in scanning regions where metal implants are present. MRI offers a wide range of contrast generation, which makes it probably the modality with the highest potential in the imaging arena. This is reflected in the introduction of new MRI sequences in the range of 5-10 per year.
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