What is an MRI?
MRI stands for Magnetic Resonance Imaging.
MRI images the water molecules in the body and it does that with a very strong magnetic field which is the big round cylindrical tube, that's the magnetic field in there.
Coils are placed over the body part you are imaging.
So if the patient were to lay down on the table right now, we would place their shoulder into that coil and between the radio frequency, the strong magnetic field, and the coil, which acts as an antenna, we are going to produce images of the soft tissue and the bone, with MRI.