MRI Scanners aren’t simply Medically Valuable

I’m assuming that many, if not most, of the readers of this blog will be medical types, and so will have spent a significant amount of time looking at MRI scans of brains and thoracic cavities, all the while fighting the urge to see what would happen if they used the big, expensive and medically invaluable scanner to look at their lunch.

Fear not!  The Inside Insides blog has done pretty much this, so you don’t have to.  It’s rather lovely – I particularly like the broccoli, and that’s a phrase I very rarely use.

(Thanks to Proboscisface for the pointer.)

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