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Magnetic Resonance Imaging is a multidisciplinary journal published by Elsevier, encompassing biology, physics, and clinical science as they relate to the development and use of MRI technology. The publication of Magnetic Resonance Imaging began in 1982, and is currently managed by editor-in-chief John C. Gore. The journal produces 10 issues per year, and is currently in its 24th volume, available to institutions at a rate of $1,746 US per year.