For the knee scan above, the 3.0T image on the right is much more detailed, which is incredibly helpful for the radiologist to be able to make an accurate diagnosis.
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Here are a few more examples of the clarity and precision that a 3.0T MRI scanner provides.
As you can see, a visual representation mostly works in favor of a 3.0T scanner because of the exceptionally clear images. However, keep in mind that just because a 3.0T scanner produces clearer images, that doesn’t necessarily mean it’s a better scanner.
To help you get better acquainted with both scanners, here’s a blog post we wrote about the differences between 1.5T and 3.0T: Differences Between 1.5T and 3T MRI.
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