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Motion artifact reduction in brain MRI

Case Study
Nickerson, Joshua, M.D. University of Vermont Medical Center • USA
Watts, Richard, Ph.D. University of Vermont College of Medicine • USA

MR examination

The team at University of Vermont (Burlington, USA) demonstrates motion artifact reduction with MultiVane XD in this case study of the brain, by comparing images with and without MultiVane XD.
The patient was scanned on Ingenia 3.0T.


Click on an image to enlarge
 T2W without MultiVane With MultiVane XD
T2W without MultiVane
With MultiVane XD
 T2W without MultiVane<br> With MultiVane XD
T2W without MultiVane
With MultiVane XD

Impact of MultiVane XD in brain imaging

Motion artifacts can obscure subtle findings, make image interpretation more difficult and decrease diagnosic confidence. For example, when imaging the cerebellum or brain stem, or when imaging patients with diseases that cause white matter changes on T2-weighted images, such as multiple sclerosis.


MultiVane XD motion-free imaging delivers diagnostic images even in the case of severe patient motion. MultiVane XD works in multiple orientations and for various contrasts, such as T1-weighted, T2-weighted and FLAIR.



Read how UVM applies MultiVane XD for motion-free imaging in the brain:


UVM FieldStrength article: UVM brain MRI  protocols upgraded with latest methods






Results from case studies are not predictive of results in other cases. Results in other cases may vary.

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Case Study
Ingenia 3.0T
Release 5
Brain, dStream, motion reduction, MultiVane, MultiVane XD, Neuro, white matter

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