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Siemens' Magnetic Resonance Imaging production site in Erlangen, Germany

26.06.2014

Focal point is on producing the highest quality systems


Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is an imaging technique, which produces images that show the inside of the human body.

Siemens Healthcare is the world's market leader in magnetic resonance imaging.

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Whenever one of us has to go to hospital or see the radiologist for a magnetic resonance imaging examination, we will most likely find ourselves inside a Siemens system.

They are produced mainly by hand at the MRI production sites in Erlangen (Germany), Shenzhen (China), Oxford (UK) und Joinville (Brazil) and get delivered to customers all over the world.

The focal point is on producing the highest quality systems.

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Dr. Norbert Aschenbrenner | Siemens PhotoNews

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