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December 18, This Christmas marks the 20th anniversary of the publication of "Magnetic resonance imaging of male and female genitals during coitus and female sexual arousal" in The BMJ. In its first year, it picked up the IgNobel prize for medicine, and has since become one of the most downloaded BMJ articles of all time. Despite some setbacks reluctance by hospital officials; "sniffing press hounds" and some problems with sexual performance , the researchers were able to achieve good images of coitus in progress. The main findings, based on 13 experiments performed with eight couples and three single women , were that during intercourse in the "missionary position" the penis is neither straight nor "S" shaped as had been previously thought, but is, in fact, the shape of a boomerang.
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What is a PET Scan?
'Sex in an MRI scanner' – the story behind an extraordinary imaging project
Our Health Library information does not replace the advice of a doctor. Please be advised that this information is made available to assist our patients to learn more about their health. A computed tomography CT scan uses X-rays to make detailed pictures of structures inside of the body. During the test, you will lie on a table that is attached to the CT scanner, which is a large doughnut-shaped machine. The CT scanner sends X-rays through the body area being studied. Each rotation of the scanner provides a picture of a thin slice of the organ or area.
Lesslie Polinesia. Age: 23. Hello there I'm standing aline staring at my surroundings, but my mind keeps drifting back to how good a man is when we are together. It's the simple things about man that turn me inside out; but, when we kiss, I burn raw... deep down inside. I crave that next kiss; the one that always leads to more.
Sex in an MRI scanner—a look back at one of the most popular BMJ articles of all time
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A positron emission tomography , or PET, scan is a type of imaging test that a doctor may prescribe to search the body for evidence of certain diseases as well as to see how far any of those diseases may have progressed. A special dye with radioactive tracers is injected, inhaled, or swallowed before the scan to highlight areas of increased chemical activity in order to identify disorders at the cellular level. PET scans may be combined with other imaging tests, such as a computed tomography CT scan or magnetic resonance imaging MRI in order to create a 3D image that allows for greater detail. A PET scan can see evidence of developing conditions far earlier than other types of diagnostic imaging scans because it actually shows the activity taking place inside of a cell. Tests like the CT scan or an MRI only show results after a disease has altered the structure of tissues or organs.