magnetic resonance scanner

magnet′ic res′onance scan`ner


n.
a diagnostic scanner used in magnetic resonance imaging.
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The magnetic resonance scanner will be used at Newcastle University's Campus for Aging and Vitality, where Charlie's daughter, 61-year-old Lesley Edmondson, is a secretary.

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