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Users show consistent high quality and speed with MultiTransmit

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MRI NetForum Team Philips Healthcare Philips Global

Philips users demonstrate consistent high quality and speed with 3.0T MultiTransmit

At the joint ISMRM/ESMRMB meeting Philips highlights Achieva 3.0T TX with MultiTransmit. MultiTransmit technology provides optimized, patient adaptive RF management that addresses dielectric shading at the source and avoids high local SAR. Philips MultiTransmit users report improved image uniformity in breast, body and pelvis imaging. In spine imaging users realized up to 40% faster scanning. The gain in scan speed can also be traded for higher resolution in the same scan time.

MultiTransmit helps obtain high resolution eTHRIVE with homogeneous fat suppression. Voxels 0.6x0.6x2.0 mm, 16-channel MammoTrak breast coil. Courtesy University of Washington Medical Center, Seattle, WA, USA.

MultiTransmit enhances image quality in EPI DWI in the body. Hyperintense pancreatic tail is seen at all b-values. Voxels 2.2x2.8x4.0 mm, 34 slices, in 7:30 min with SENSE XL Torso coil. Courtesy ULB Erasme, Brussels, Belgium.

In spine MultiTransmit brings enhanced contrast over the complete FOV and significantly reduced scan time. Courtesy University Hospital Leuven, Belgium.

Pelvis with MultiTransmit. High resolution T2-weighted TSE with enhanced image contrast, speed and signal uniformity. Courtesy Tokai University Hospital, Kanagawa, Japan.

Cystic liver with MultiTransmit. Single shot T2-weighted TSE shows enhanced signal and contrast uniformity. Courtesy University Hospital Bonn, Germany.

Reformat of high resolution, high speed isotropic 3D FLAIR imaging with improved gray/white matter contrast. Voxels 1.1 x 1.1 x 1.1 mm, SENSE factor 5, scan time 5 minutes.

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Achieva 3.0T TX
Release 2.6, Release 3.2
Quasar, Quasar Dual
3T, Abdomen, Body, Brain, Breast, Liver, Neuro, Oncology, Pancreas, patient-adaptive, Pelvis, Thoracic spine

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