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Female pelvis MRI on Multiva 1.5T

Case Study
Ajithkumar, Devaki Ramachandran Philips Healthcare • China, People's Republic of
Rajendran, Karthick Raj Philips Healthcare • India
Aziz, Mudasir Philips Healthcare • India

Patient history

A 14-year-old female presented with acute abdominal pain in the right lower quadrant for the past 2 days. An MRI examination was performed at Holy Family Hospital, New Delhi, India.

Courtesy of Dr. Renee Kulkami and Dr. Sameer Kausik, Holy Family hospital, New Delhi, India.

MR examination

The MR examination was performed on a release 5.1 Multiva 1.5T system.



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Images and findings

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Ovary axial Ovary sagittal
Ovary axial
Ovary sagittal


The image findings in this case include a right ovary being large with regular contours, edematous stroma and widely dispersed follicles, mild stromal T1 hyperintensity in the non-contrast scan, mild thickening of the ipsilateral tube, minimal to absent stromal and follicular enhancement in the anterior third of right ovary in the post contrast study.


The images show excellent Multiva performance in imaging the details of female pelvis. The Multiva female pelvis protocol with a number of small FOV sequences could deliver details of all pelvic structures


The image morphology is consistent with right ovarian torsion with progression to hemorrhagic infarction in its anterior third.

Impact of using Multiva 1.5T

MRI of the female pelvis can be challenging due to motion artifacts and the demand for high SNR coils that can perform small FOV imaging at high resolution to delineate finer findings. Multiva delivers exceptional results in this case.




Results from case studies are not predictive of results in other cases. Results in other cases may vary. This content is not for use in the USA

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Feb 23, 2016

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Case Study
Multiva 1.5T
Release 5.1
Body, Female pelvis, Ovaries, Ovary, Pelvis, Women's health

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