RSNA 2017 News
December 1, 2017

CHICAGO - When it comes to MRI safety, wouldn't it be great if you knew exactly where the magnetic fields are strongest when you're scanning patients? Well, now there's an app for that. Dr. Emanuel Kanal of the University of Pittsburgh talks about his new MagnetVision app in a video interview from RSNA 2017.

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Dr. Emanuel Kanal of the University of Pittsburgh talks about his new MagnetVision app.
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12/1/2017 11:55:03 AM
ekanal
A 4 minute "video trailer" of this new MagnetVision app can be found at: https://www.nwforums.com/Kanal%20MagnetVision.mp4