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Figure 3.58B A sagittal MR image through the brain of Sabia.

Figure 3.58B A sagittal MR image through the brain of Sabia.

Figure 3.59A The axial CT image that corresponded to the same level as the MR image of Sabia. The CT images were required to confirm the structures seen in the MR images.

Figure 3.59B A reformatted 3D CT image demonstrating the structures visualized on the sagittal MR images.
Figure 3.60 Coins (arrows) located within the oropharynx and esophagus of James Penn.
Figure 3.61 the mummified remains of James Penn.

type of contaminants in any mummy depends on many factors. The age of the mummy, methods of preparation and preservation, materials used, and methods of storage all play a significant role. In general, the more contaminants, the lower the probability that MRI will be successful. Additionally, no mummy should be taken into MRI until first evaluated and cleared with either diagnostic radiography, CT, or both.

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