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High Strength MRI causes Vertigo

There is some concern by people regarding  people feeling dizziness  in newer high-strength MRI scanners. Study published online September 22, 2011, in the journal Current Biology it has been suggested that magnet pushes on fluid that circulates in the inner ear’s balance center, leading to a feeling of  unsteady movement. 

Reference- Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions (2011, September 23). Researchers pinpoint the cause of MRI vertigo: Machine's magnetic field pushes fluid in the inner ear's balance organ. ScienceDaily. Retrieved October 9, 2011, from­ /releases/2011/09/110922134529.htm
High Strength MRI causes Vertigo Reviewed by Sumer Sethi on Sunday, October 09, 2011 Rating: 5

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