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Magnetic resonance medical treatment device and magnetism variation control method

, : Magnetic resonance medical treatment device and magnetism variation control method. Official Gazette of the United States Patent & Trademark Office Patents 1263(4), Oct 22

The present invention relates to a magnetic resonance medical treatment device for applying magnetism to the body of a patient to thereby treat decease or improve the patient's health condition. The invention also relates to a method for magnetism variation control adapted to control magnetism generated by a magnetism generator such as the magnetic resonance medical treatment device. In order to enable diversified magnetic medical treatments, a magnetic resonance medical treatment device according to the present invention includes a director which contains two magnetism generators--which each include a bar core and a conductor wound on the bar core--and a magnetism regulator connected to the director and adapted to individually regulate the intensities and directions of magnetic forces generated by the magnetism generators. A method for magnetism variation control according to the present invention causes one magnetism generator to resonate with the other magnetism generator.


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