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The first human image of a live finger was reported by Mansfield and Maudsley (1976) and there followed the first NMR image of a hand (Andrew et al. 1977) and of a thorax (Damadian et al. 1977) in 1977. An article in the New Scientist in 1978 amusingly entitled ‘Britain’s brains produce first NMR scans’ (Clow and Young 1978) was the first NMR image produced by a truly planar technique. In the same year, the first abdominal NMR scan was reported by Mansfield et al. (1978). This (1978) was also the year in which the first commercial NMR scanner became available, and the first demonstration of abnormal human pathology was reported in 1980 by Hawkes et al.
Very shortly afterwards, on 2 June 1952, Howry and Bliss (1952) published the results of their work, which had been in progress since 1947, and their paper included a 2D image of a human wrist. In the Beginning: the Origins of Medical Imaging 7 Wild and Reid (1957) went on to develop the first 2D ultrasound scanner and used it to image the structure of the breast and rectum. It was not until 1958 that the prototype of the first commercial 2D ultrasonic scanner was described by Donald et al. (1958) as a development of a 1D industrial flaw detector made by Kelvin and Hughes.
Donald I and Brown T G 1961 Demonstration of tissue interfaces within the body by ultrasonic echo sounding Br. J. Radiol. 34 539–546. Donald I, McVicar J and Brown T G 1958 Investigation of abdominal masses by pulsed ultrasound Lancet 271 1188–1195. Galton F 1900 Analytic portraiture Nature 62 320. Hawkes R C, Holland G N, Moore W S and Worthington B S 1980 NMR tomography of the brain: A preliminary clinical assessment with demonstration of pathology J. Comput. Assist. Tomogr. 4 577–586. Hill C R 1973 Medical ultrasonics: An historical review Br.