May 14, 2019

MONTREAL - MRI is one of the most powerful technologies in healthcare, but some 70% of the world lacks access to it. Could this change by disruption in the way MRI data are acquired? Andrew Webb, PhD, from Leiden University Medical Center discusses work underway to make MRI more accessible in this video from the International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (ISMRM).

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Andrew Webb, PhD, from Leiden University Medical Center.

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