Advancing at a remarkable rate, MRI has revolutionized your means of diagnosing an array of conditions. From neurology to oncology to cardiology, MRI has had a huge impact in just a few decades.
Such progress has been made possible through collaboration – both between disciplines and also with industry.
GE Healthcare is proud to be part of the continual evolution of MRI.
1973: Lauterbur first demonstrates use of NMR images
1993: We launch the first non-ionic CM for MRI
2003: We introduce the first MRI motion correction technique
2009: Our researcher, Dr J.Schenck, receives the ISMRM’s highest honour
2016: We innovate a <10 min 4D Flow cardiac MR exam
Technical and scientific advances, and the resultant benefit to patients are set to continue at an ever expanding and truly remarkable pace.
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