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MRI NetForum Team Philips Healthcare • Netherlands

Realizing the benefits of MRI in the radiotherapy workflow

Ingenia MR-RT is a dedicated MR simulation platform that provides high quality, high contrast MR images acquired with the patient in the treatment position. Designed for the needs of radiation oncology, this comprehensive solution provides the tools and software needed for versatile and efficient imaging for radiotherapy planning.

 

Successful implementation of MRI in the radiotherapy department requires workflow modifications, comprehensive training and collaboration across departments. The volume of information and planning needed can be challenging. Fortunately, our active and engaged user community is committed to advance the use of MRI in radiotherapy. Learn from their insights on implementation and best practices.

 

 

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