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Fruitful phantoms for MRI

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Ellison, Andrew, B.Sc. Boston University School of Medicine • USA

Combining science and art with the Achieva 3.0T

In his quest to find the ideal phantom for image quality control, MR technologist Andy Ellison at Boston University Medical School hit on something beautiful. He started imaging fruit and vegetables on the university’s Achieva 3.0T and thanks to the system’s exceptional resolution he has created a series of truly striking dynamic and static images which he now shares on his popular blog. Some of his high-resolution images are included here, but if you want to see the full series – which is growing all the time – then visit his blog at
 Andy Ellison
Andy Ellison
 Artichoke (Sagittal) Pomegranate
Artichoke (Sagittal)
 Artichoke (axial) Watermelon
Artichoke (axial)
 Pineapple Melon

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