Column: MRI procedure plays key role in diagnosing soft-tissue problems
By Richard Brill, Special to the Star-Advertiser
July 5, 2019
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NEW YORK TIMES / 2017
A radiology technician examines an MRI scan from a patient at Coney Island Hospital in New York. An MRI procedure, which relies on magnetic pulses that target hydrogen atoms in a patient’s body, is more accurate than an X-ray in looking at soft tissues.