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Vijaya Diagnostics Center makes high performance MR imaging standard

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Rammohan, Vadapalli, M.D., Ph.D. Vijaya Diagnostics Pvt. Ltd. • India

With high image quality, great flexibility and reduced coil handling, Multiva 1.5T is the right high-performance MR system for Vijaya.

 

Multiva 1.5T is a high-performance MR system with comprehensive features. Vijaya Diagnostic Center is using Multiva for a broad range of patients. From comprehensive spine exams to routine imaging, the system provides high quality images and great patient comfort. At the same time it allows scanning up to 4-5 patients per hour

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“Multiva is a whole-body workhorse, which technologists can easily learn to ride and make go very fast!”

 

“The easy coil handling on Multiva really saves time.”

 

“Our patients are quite comfortable on Multiva.”

 

“Multiva handles epilepsy studies quite well.”

 

“Physicians who used to think that only a 3.0T system could produce high image quality were pleased when they viewed Multiva image quality.”



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Multiva 1.5T
Body, Musculoskeletal, Neuro, Pediatric, Spine, Vascular
 

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