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Anatomical magnetic resonance imaging (aMRI)

aMRI is used to visualize gross anatomical structure non-invasively in humans. In our lab, we use aMRI (T1-weighted and T2-weighted) with or without contrast to identify particular regions within the PNS and CNS of humans. This allows us to then examine differences/abnormalities that may exist between diseased and healthy control individuals.

To better understand the principles of MRI, here are some useful resources: