A new kind of MRI glove accessory is capable of delivering the first clear images of bones, tendons, and ligaments moving together, a new study finds, reports Science Daily.

Led by NYU School of Medicine and just published in Nature Biomedical Engineering, the study shows how a new MRI element design woven into garment-like detectors can capture high-quality images of moving joints for the first time.

The study authors say their MRI glove prototype promises to become useful in the future diagnosis of repetitive strain injuries like carpal tunnel syndrome in office workers, athletes, and musicians.

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