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Alternative clues for the word mri
High-tech med. diagnostics
Scanner, for short
Claustrophobe's nightmare, for short
Diagnostic scanner, briefly
Test for internal injuries, briefly
Claustrophobic patient's dread
Kind of test
Diagnostic aid, for short
Doc's picture producer
Certain hosp. test
Test in a tube, for short
Medical procedure, in brief
It scans for problems
Inside look, for short?
Hand pic, perhaps
CAT scan alternative
Brief look inside?
Hosp. test in a tube
Picture of health, for short?
Hosp. diagnostic aid
Radiologist's tool, briefly
Noninvasive med. procedure
Internal investigation, for short?
3-D picture producer
One might show muscles, in brief
Provider of inside info?
Hosp. body scan
Order from a sports doc
Diagnostic scan, briefly
It may detect a break, for short
Certain hosp. exam
Picture of health, in brief?
Fear of a claustrophobe, for short
The use of nuclear magnetic resonance of protons to produce proton density images
Word definitions for mri in dictionaries
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Word definitions in The Collaborative International Dictionary
magnetic resonance imaging \mag*net"ic res"on*ance im"ag*ing\ n. (Medicine) a medical diagnostic procedure utilizing the phenomenon of nuclear magnetic resonance to generate images of internal parts of the body. It depends on the differential absorption...
Word definitions in Wikipedia
The mri are a fictional alien species in the Faded Sun Trilogy of C. J. Cherryh 's Alliance-Union universe . Their culture appears to be drawn upon those of the Apache , Berbers (especially Tuaregs ), and Japanese samurai . Their name means simply "the...
Usage examples of mri.
Not so long ago, my interest in mummies led me to Argentina where scientists were in the midst of doing numerous tests on them, such as MRIs, CAT scans, and DNA needle biopsies.
The magnetic fields emitted by MRIs are extremely strong, strong enough to tug wheelchairs across the hospital floor, to wipe the data off the magnetic strips in credit cards, and to whip a wrench or screwdriver out of one's grip and send it hurtling across the room.