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References

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Useful Links

American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons

American College of Radiology (ACR) (Reston, VA)

American Dental Association (Chicago, IL)

American Medical Association (AMA) (Chicago, IL)

Device Manufacturers

(FDA) United States Food and Drug Administration Medical Device Databases (Washington, DC)

FDA - Dental Devices

MRI Questions

MRI Safety Information

MRI World

National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurement

Orthopedic Hardware Atlas

Ortho Atlas

Orthopaediclist

Questions and Answers in MRI

Radiology Assistant (Netherlands)

Radiopaedia

United States Patent and Trademark Office

WebMD

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Tim Hunter
Email: hunter@radiology.arizona.edu


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