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March 14, 2008 Dollars and sense in innovation Greg Freiherr -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Give me a good gadget and I'm happy. I think a lot of people in radiology would say the same thing. It's the reason crowds gathered 15 years ago to see 3D reconstructions revolving aimlessly in space. It's why MR was a hit in the early 1980s. Historically, good gadgets seem to succeed, even when those technologies are ahead of their time. Take 3T, for example. A few years ago, vendors cast 3T as the new standard bearer of high-field MR. "If you're going to buy only one MR in the next six or eight years, you would be well advised to buy a 3T" – or so the pitch went. And it worked. In the sluggish MR market of the last several years, 3T has bucked the trend.

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