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Unlike the familiar traditional closed MRI scanners which require a patient to be scanned in a narrow, enclosed tunnel, an Open Upright MRI allows a patient to sit, stand, bend, or even lay down for their scans.
At a recent continuing education class at Dr’s Lodge, Matthew Powell, a personal injury trial lawyer, gave a presentation in which he referred to the stand-up MRI as the Stradivarius of MRI scanners.
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