Magnetic Effects

athar at pinehurst.net athar at pinehurst.net
Sat Mar 1 23:26:25 EST 1997


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Adam Reed wrote:


> 
> I am sorry for the confusion.  I did not mean to imply that MRI "gave off"
> gamma radiation.  The information that I have collected in my research
> shows that when the magnetic field is applied to the body it will cause the
> water molecules in the body to reach an excited state.  This excited state
> will cause the water molecules to all face the same direction.  The
> positive and negative poles of the water molecule will align themselves
> with the magnetic field of the MRI.  When the magnetic field is turned off,
> the water molecules will return to the relaxed state, resulting in the
> production of gamma radiation.  The body is the source of the gamma
> radiation.
> 
> Adam Reed, D.C.
> 
> > Crandall wrote:
> > >
> > > Adam Reed wrote:
> > > >
> > > > There does seem to so question as to the effect of magnetic imaging.
> Just
> > > > try and get an MRI on a pregnant women.  All the MRI facilities in my
> area
> > > > refuse to do one on a pregnant patient and the reason that was given
> was
> > > > that "they do not know the long term effects of the MRI."  There
> seems to
> > > > be a question as to gamma radiation being produced from the patient
> during
> > > > an MRI.
> > > >
> > > > Adam G. Reed, D.C
> 
> > In MRI You dont have any gamma-ray exposure. You have a strong magnetic
> > field and gradients of magnetic field and high-frequency electro-magntic
> > fields. If anyone knows more details about this topic, please let me
> > know.
> >
> >
> >
> > yours christian ammon
> >
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