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GE Receives FDA Clearance for MAGiC Multi-Contrast MRI Technique

GE Healthcare has received FDA clearance for its revolutionary MAGiC (MAGnetic resonance image Compilation) multi-contrast MRI technique, which allows the user to generate multiple image contrasts in a single scan. With conventional MRI imaging generating these contrasts takes a separate scan lasting several minutes for each type of contrast. MAGiC greatly decreases the amount of […] This post GE Receives FDA Clearance for MAGiC Multi-Contrast MRI Technique appeared first on Medgadget.
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