A new arrival with tons of magnetic personality dropped in at Providence St. Mary Medical Center on Tuesday. At left, a worker attaches hoisting cables to the hospital's new $1.8 million magnetic resonance imaging unit. It was lifted by a crane from the parking lot and lowered through a roof opening into the hospital's diagnostic imaging department. Below, among those watching the operation from the hospital's rooftop were Kelli Rasley, left, Corinne Stevens and Mike Collins. The new machine will give doctors a powerful new tool to diagnose injury and disease in patients without resorting to exploratory surgery. Advances in medical imaging technology will be featured Sunday in the Union-Bulletin's Panorama section.