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Handy MRI via detectors fitted on a glove

A flexible magnetic resonance imaging coil bearing an array of high-impedance detectors can be stitched onto a glove and used to image the biomechanics of the hand’s soft tissue.

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Pep Pàmies about 1 month ago

The cover illustrates the use of MRI to image the biomechanics of the hand’s soft tissue via a flexible array of high-impedance detectors fitted on a glove.


See Zhang et al., https://dx.doi.org/10.1038/s41551-018-0233-y


Image: B. Zhang, D. K. Sodickson & M. A. Cloos

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Pep Pàmies 11 days ago

The cover illustrates the use of MRI to image the biomechanics of the hand’s soft tissue via a flexible array of high-impedance detectors fitted on a glove.


See Zhang et al., https://www.nature.com/articles/s41551-018-0233-y


Image: B. Zhang, D. K. Sodickson & M. A. Cloos