By measuring and imaging the difference in molecular diffusion in vivo, it is possible to diagnose an early brain stroke within 3 hours and to discern tissue abscess, tissue necrosis, and tumor.
Using a special imaging technique, even microscopic blood vessels in the human body can be presented in the form of an image.
By providing sharper images than the conventional MRI equipment, it provides excellent images for the diagnosis of disc herniation occurring in the spine.
Using a special imaging technique, it can provide useful information in diagnosing prostate cancer or cervical cancer.
Using a special imaging technique, all the blood vessels in the human body can be presented in the form of an image.
The biliary tract and pancreatic duct are scanned by optimizing the high signal strength of the pancreatic duct fluid or bile and the signal difference with surrounding tissues by using an imaging technique that emphasizes the T2 effect. It provides especially useful information for examining the upper biliary tract in the area where there is an obstruction.