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- Does and Don’ts
Everything published about building MRI hardware here is experimental at this stage. This information is intended for researchers at research institutions. They are not targeted at customers. At this time aim of the information is, to find other opinions, of how to plan an MRI scanner, not to give advice how to build one. Building an MRI is potentially dangerous. Under no circumstances anyone should actually try to build an MRI based on the information provided on this page without prior consultation of the contact points given in these documents. Under no circumstances any information on this page should be used or tried on human beings without prior written consent of the contact points given in these documents. We are not a law firm and we don’t provide legal services. Please note that medical devices may only be placed on the market or put into service if they bear the CE marking. For further information please see http://www.bfarm.de/EN/MedicalDevices/marketAcc/_node.html.
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