PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a superconductive magnetometer in which a superconductive magnetic sensor is arranged to be directed to the peripheral surface of a sensor tube and in which cables do not impair the reading of positional relationship between the vertebra of a subject and the superconductive magnet sensor based on an X-ray image.
SOLUTION: Hooks (10) are arranged at positions on the outside of a horizontal range of X-ray beam (21) relating to the projection of the superconductive magnetic sensor 3 and on an inner wall at the upper part of the inner tank (1), and cables (8) led out of the superconductive magnetic sensor (3) through the inner tank (1) to the outside of the upper portion of the inner tank (1) are locked to the hook (10) and are hung along the inner wall of the inner tank (1). Consequently, the cable (8) is avoided from being imaged on an X-ray image, overlapping the part of the vertebra (A) for reading the positional relationship between the superconductive magnetic sensor (3) and the fertebra, so that trouble of reading the positional relationship based on the X-ray image is prevented.
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