MRI and the Physical Agents (EMF) Directive
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is one of the outstanding developments in medical diagnosis of the past century. It is a cornerstone of modern medical practice and it continues to make new inroads as a clinical and research tool.
As well as having unique imaging capabilities, MRI is free from the hazards associated with ionising radiation, and instead it acquires images using a combination of three types of magnetic field.
- MRI and the Physical Agents (EMF) Directive (PDF, 3.33 MB)