Credit Mark Lythgoe & Chloe Hutton, Wellcome Images
Enhanced MRI scan of the head. Digitally enhanced MRI of the human head showing the brain and spinal cord in orange/yellow and the other tissues in blue and pink.
Magnetic resonance imaging 2004: Wellcome Images Library reference no.: TASS
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