Peter Mansfield, M.R.I. Pioneer and Nobel Laureate, Dies at 83
Sat, February 11, 2017 | link
Sometimes it's easy to forget that we are indebted to some of the pioneers in medicine who take a chance and create something
that will endure their lifetimes and help more people than they ever could have imagined!
Sir Peter Mansfield, whose
research led to the invention of MRI, died February 8, 2017.
While an MRI can't detect each and every possible cause
of pulsatile tinnitus, it can detect many of them. A number of people in our community, including Yours Truly, are pretty
glad Sir Mansfield was born!
Read more about Sir Peter Mansfield's amazing life and discoveries here, from the New York Times.
"Peter Mansfield, M.R.I. Pioneer and Nobel Laureate, Dies at 83," New York Times, February 11, 2017.