About CoolMRIstuff

MY website is about Medical cutting edge technology, Medical procedures, cross sectional anotomy, medical conditions, research, Diagnostic tools, and other cool stuff. There is alot of intresting things on my page for Medical Profesionals & the public. Check out the video of a wheelchair stuck to an MRI machine. There are live video feeds for brain surgery. 3d reconstructions of the heart on You tube. links to many medical vendors.

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  1. please send me the link to download the MRI registry review.

    Hello,
    I hope this helps.
    Here is the website with the downloadable review physics questions

    Click this link HERE http://www.mritutor.org/mritutor/

    There is a lot of great information there also. When are you taking the registry? Good Luck.
    Happy New Year.

    Chris

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    The Radiology Teaching Files are a sample of the collective library of real life cases and articles uploaded by radiologists around the world to Radiopaedia.org. Radiopaedia.org’s content is added and edited by global members of the radiological community and quality controlled by a team of Section Editors.

    This iPad app is available in both a LITE and FULL version. The LITE version contains ten cases per volume, is absolutely free and is ideal for someone new to Radiopaedia.org.

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  4. Hi

    I’ve recently started an MRI blog to help patients deal with MRI anxiety. Our method has a very high success rate and we use a holistic approach to help claustrophobic patients to succesfully have MRI scans on both open and traditional MRI scanners.

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