The exceptional MRI technology was first introduced to the clinical world in the early 1980s. Ever since its introduction to the field of medicine, MRI has been instrumental in improving and speeding up the process of diagnosis. The use of electromagnetic waves to scan the human body has enabled clinicians to look deep inside a patient without much effort. Only a single run through the massive magnetic contraption, known as the MRI machine, and healthcare experts have a complete picture of a patient’s supposedly diseased organ. Not only is this swift scanning system beneficial to medical professionals but also sick patients waiting for a diagnosis.