Quantitative Morphological Measurement

MRI provides versatile and superior contrasts (T1 and T2) between various tissues. For example, T1 can be used to locate tumors in the brain in vivo or to observe changes in the abdominal fat pad, while T2 can be used to examine bone regeneration and hydrocephalus regions in the brain.

Functional MRI requires post-processing techniques after MRI data are collected.