Quiz: Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)
Question 1 of 2  

Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is an imaging test. It provides a picture of the body’s interior, which helps doctors diagnose a disorder and determine how severe the disorder is. How does MRI work?

  • A.

    High-energy radiation waves that can penetrate most substances show internal body images.

  • B.

    A magnetic field and very high frequency radio waves produce highly detailed images.

  • C.

    High-frequency sound waves produce images of internal organs.

  • D.

    X-ray images are sent to a computer that creates cross-sectional images.

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