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High resolution MRI of hippocampi and mid-brain

Case Study
Arrigoni, Filippo, M.D. E. Medea Research Institute • Italy

Patient history

The patient is a 16-year-old male suffering from headache.

MR examination

The examination was performed using the Achieva 3.0T with 32-channel SENSE Head coil.
TR 5600 ms, TE 15 ms, voxel 0.3 x 0.3 x 1.1 mm, scan time 21 min.


MR results

High detail of hippocampal and mid-brain structure can be seen on the axial plane. Both III nerves are well visible.

Clinical impact of using Achieva 3.0T with 32-channel SENSE Head coil

This configuration allowed us to develop sequences focussing on very high resolution. We need to go into the finer detail of the pediatric brain anatomy and structure.

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Case Study
Achieva 3.0T
Release 3
32ch SENSE Head coil, Brain, Hippocampi, Neuro, Pediatric

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