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Research collaboration on SWIp for neuro imaging

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MRI NetForum Team Philips Healthcare • Netherlands

In the movie below Dr. Tetsuya Yoneda, Kumamoto University, Japan, talks about his collaboration with Philips on a technique called SWIp, developed for susceptibility weighted imaging.



SWIp: exquisite susceptibility contrast 


SWIp has a high sensitivity to enhance contrast for deoxygenated (venous) blood

or calcium deposits and may help you, when used in combination with other clinical

information, in the diagnosis of various neurological pathologies. SWIp offers high

resolution 3D susceptibility weighted brain imaging allowing you to easily integrate

it into your mainstream practice.


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