MRI provides multiple layers of the side and longitudinal plane of a human body based on the interaction of the magnetic field and radiation wave from a specific nucleus in the body. MRI is useful for recognizing various types of tissue, such as cancer and organs, to distinguish normal, benign, and malignant tumors, and to check the disease stage or metastasis. It is useful for examining the brain, spinal cord, breast, musculoskeletal system, abdominal organs, etc. but not for screening the moving organs such as lungs, stomach, and colon.
Ischemic Cerebral Infarction, Cerebral Hemorrhage, Cerebrovascular malformation such as stenosis aneurysm caused by the arteriosclerosis of cerebral arteries and carotid arteries, Brain Tumor, Encephalitic Diseases, Cerebral Leukemia Diseases, Degenerative Cerebrospathia, Congenital Cerebropathia, and Brain Trauma