Magnetic Resonance Neurography (MRN) is a unique procedure for specifically imaging nerves in the body..
Magnetic Resonance Neurography (MRN) is a unique procedure for specifically imaging nerves in the body. This cutting-edge technology has revolutionized neurography imaging and made it possible for us to see the intricacies of nerve function and health, which are essential in discerning many common and complex neurological problems. Magnetic resonance neurography (MRN) enables the non-invasiveness of identifying and visualizing nerves anywhere in the body making it possible to pinpoint anatomical sources of pain and other neurological disorders. Magnetic resonance neurography (MRN) is a form of magnetic resonance imaging that is used to visualize nerves inside the body. It is more accurate than conventional MRIs for detecting nervous system lesions. What is MRI-Nerve? MRN is a non-invasive method of imaging neural tracts in the peripheral nervous system. Magnetic resonance neurography (MRN) is a form of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) that uses chemical contrast coupled with various MRI sequences to provide high-quality images of the neural tissues. Unlike traditional MRI techniques, MRN allows the imaging of nerve tissues without the risks associated with ionizing radiation. Our technology is based on Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) technology and takes advantage of the physics and chemical properties of nerves as well as their targets to produce a direct image of the nerve fibres. Neurography can be applied to any nerve tissue within the body and can be used in clinical medicine for disease diagnosis. Bringing the world of neurology closer to patients—a new and improved MRI method reveals nerves and important information about the brain.
She/he will be using neuroimaging techniques (structural, diffusion, and functional magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)) to investigate neural correlates of lower urinary tract control in several projects also in collaboration with highly recognised centres. Neuroimaging techniques (structural, diffusion, and functional magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)) and physiological assessments will be used to investigate neural correlates of lower urinary tract control in patients with overactive bladder. She/he will use a variety of brain scanning techniques to explore how brain functions affect lower urinary tract control. She/he will be using a combination of neuroimaging techniques and correlations to examine how the brain and bladder interact. This can help develop safer, more effective methods of treatment for patients. They will be using state-of-the-art techniques to study brain structure, function and connectivity in diseases of the lower urinary tract. She hopes to eventually develop new options for the treatment of patients with these conditions. She/He will be using MRIs and other advanced techniques to find ways to help people with bladder problems reduce the stress of their condition. In her/his position, she/he will underline the importance of collaborating with other scientific centres on different projects to gain more knowledge and experience.
They aim to collaborate globally with clinical experts, engineers and designers to develop novel tools for neuro-urological disorders, and neuro-rehabilitation. The goal of this project is to bring together physicians, radiologists, neurologists, urologists and other allied health professionals to create a comprehensive guide to the diagnosis and practical treatment of neuro-urological problems. The resulting tools have the potential to transform the way patients are assessed and could help us better understand neurological disorders. They will launch a project to design and develop a picture-based tool that supports the medical discharge process. If a study accomplishes its goals, it could have a huge impact on the field of neurology. While normally associated with other areas of medicine, neurology is the study and disorder of the nervous system. Our research involves using tools to better image and understand the brain so we can better treat its various maladies. We study everything from strokes to milder neurodegenerative disorders, post-traumatic conditions, developmental issues, and orthopaedic trauma.