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Use of SWIp in head trauma and brain imaging

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MRI NetForum Team Philips Healthcare • Netherlands

Hennepin County Medical Center is a major level 1 trauma center in Minnesota and as such, sees many patients with head trauma. HCMC was among the first facilities to implement SWIp, which they now use in all trauma cases, and in nearly all MR scans of the brain.


HCMC has an innovative radiology department underpinned by leading-edge equipment – both hardware and software. SWIp has become an integral part of their software suite.

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Brain, head trauma, Neuro, susceptibility weighted imaging, SWI, SWIp, trauma imaging

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