1) The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) compiled data for life expectancy at birth and the
number of MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) units per million population in several countries.
2) Considerable improvement in life expectancy as number of MRI units per million goes above three.
3) Large grouping of life expectancies between 77 and 81 years for MRI units between 3 and 14 per million population.
4) Little improvement of life expectancy as MRI units increase above 3 per million population.
5) Iceland stands out with very high life expectancy of over 81 years and high number of MRI units over 17 per million
6) The US stands out with very high number of MRI units of nearly 22 per million population but life expectancy of about 77.5
years, no better than many countries with MRI units of on 3 to 14 per million population.
Life Expectancy vs. MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) Units By Country
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