This contribution reports the results of an
extended survey, in which the exposure indexes provided by the current
Guidelines dealing with motion-induced fields in MRI environments have been computed.
The analysis is carried out through numerical simulations, using detailed human
models that experience realistic exposure conditions (motion trajectories and
MRI scanners). Besides identifying some critical situations (where the exposure
indexes may be exceeded), the research puts in evidence some degree of freedom
in the evaluation procedure, which might lead to inconsistences between
different assessment approaches.