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Abdominal CE-MRI protocol helps detect very small lesions
Russell Low, M.D., Sharp and Children's MRI Center (San Diego, Calif.) has used Intera 1.5T and a protocol featuring 3D THRIVE and high resolution T1-WATS to obtain exceptional visualization of even miniscule peritoneal implants.
MRIBest Practice
By: Low, Rusell
On: Nov 26, 2004
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Views: 9072
A big step in MRI of neonates and young children
According to radiologists at the University of Bonn, pediatric imaging is one of the areas where the Ingenia 3.0T performance is impressive, with the combination of high resolution and high speed producing excellent imaging.
MRIBest Practice
By: Willinek, Winfried, M.D.
On: May 15, 2013
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Views: 8310
Medical University of Vienna uses MRI for fetal imaging
Dr. Daniela Prayer and Dr. Peter Brugger at Medical University of Vienna are employing MR imaging methods to reveal possible fetal pathology and anatomy and to track fetal development.
MRIBest Practice
By: Prayer, Daniela, M.D.
On: Mar 30, 2007
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Views: 7651
3.0T spine imaging at General Hospital St. Jan
New SENSE NeuroVascular and Spine coils enhance 3.0T spine imaging on Achieva 3.0T X-series.
MRIBest Practice
By: Casselman, Jan, M.D., Ph.D.
On: Sep 04, 2008
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Views: 7336
Diffusion-weighted imaging highlights abdominal pathology
For certain body MRI applications, whole-body DWI aids in the detection of pathology that may be virtually invisible on T1-,T2- and contrast-enhanced images, according to Dr. Low at Sharp and Children's MRI Center, San Diego.
MRIBest Practice
By: Low, Rusell
On: Nov 24, 2006
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Views: 7242
Acquisition in less than 8 minutes for five most common MRI exams
UMC Utrecht developed fast Ingenia 1.5T ExamCards for the five most common exams, each requiring less than 8 minutes scan time. This is a scan time reduction of over 50% compared to their standard protocols, and still satisfies the image quality criteria defined by the ACR Clinical Image Quality Guide.
MRIBest Practice
By: Leiner, Tim, M.D., Ph.D.
On: Jan 07, 2014
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Views: 6834
Excellent, fast and robust fat suppression in head-neck MRI
In a challenging area like the head and neck, the use of TSE sequences is usually preferred for obtaining good fat suppression, which is why Dr. Casselman (AZ St.-Jan, Bruges, Belgium) looked at use of mDIXON TSE in that area.
MRIBest Practice
By: Casselman, Jan, M.D., Ph.D.
On: Mar 20, 2014
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Views: 6266
Tokai University develops DWI for total body imaging
The free-breathing DWIBS method enables high SNR and large coverage. DWIBS is an acronym for Diffusion weighted Whole body Imaging with Background body signal Suppression.
MRIBest Practice
By: Takahara, Taro, M.D., Ph.D.
On: Nov 25, 2005
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Views: 6025
Researchers look into mechanisms of multiple sclerosis using 7T MRI
Ohio State University is using Achieva 7.0T to study mechanisms underlying MS progression.
MRIBest Practice
By: Schmalbrock, Petra, Ph.D.
On: Mar 14, 2013
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Views: 5708
IMR: A discussion with Dr. Dianna Bardo
In this best practice, Dr. Dianna Bardo of the Oregon Health and Sciences University discusses IMR - Philips' new knowledge-based reconstruction technology.
CTBest Practice
By: Philips CT Clinical Science
On: Oct 16, 2013
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Views: 5420
3.0T pelvis imaging at University of Bonn
University of Bonn clinicians led by radiologist Nuschin Morakkabati-Spitz, and in collaboration with Philips clinical scientist Jürgen Gieseke, have developed two techniques for Achieva 3.0T pelvis imaging: an ultra-fast method and a high resolution technique.
MRIBest Practice
By: Morakkabati-Spitz, Nuschin, M.D.
On: Apr 20, 2006
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Views: 5225
Pediatric neuro imaging gets boost from Ingenia 3.0T
At Phoenix Children’s Hospital, clinicians are seeing more detailed images and improved workflow in Pediatric netro MR.
MRIBest Practice
By: Miller, Jeffrey, M.D.
On: Dec 18, 2012
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Views: 5188
Head and Neck ExamCards - General Hospital St. Jan, Brugge
At General Hospital St. Jan (Brugge, Belgium), radiologist Dr. Jan Casselman is creating a series of ExamCards that will account for virtually every head and neck MRI study possible.
MRIBest Practice
By: Casselman, Jan, M.D., Ph.D.
On: May 11, 2006
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Views: 5132
Abdominal, pelvic exams benefit from MultiTransmit and mDIXON
Clinicians at European Centre of Health Otwock, (Otwock, Poland) are seeing excellent image quality in their abdominal and pelvic scans, with the mDIXON technique and without.
MRIBest Practice
By: Kownacki, Lukasz, M.D., Ph.D.
On: Dec 30, 2013
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Views: 4927
PAMF employs Achieva 3.0T for high resolution MSK
Palo Alto Medical Clinic Sports Medicine Center employs small field of view and large matrix to obtain high resolution musculoskeletal images.
MRIBest Practice
By: Goumas, Chris, M.D.
On: Jun 15, 2008
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Views: 4830
MRI of fetal heart and vessels using balanced sequences
Dr. Saleem describes fetal cardiovascular imaging with Balanced FFE and Balanced TFE techniques. Example images are included.
MRIBest Practice
By: Saleem, Sahar, Prof., MBBCh, MSc, MD
On: Mar 13, 2008
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Views: 4631
High spatial resolution reveals excellent detail in pediatric neuro MRI
Achieva 3.0T with 32-channel SENSE Head coil has become the system of choice in Bosisio Parini, Italy. They now use this configuration exclusively for all their pediatric neuro MR exams.
MRIBest Practice
By: Arrigoni, Filippo, M.D.
On: Oct 30, 2012
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Views: 4603
Ingenia whole body capabilities an advantage in oncology imaging
The world’s first Ingenia 1.5T MR system is now installed at University Medical Center (Utrecht, The Netherlands). Clinicians at UMC Utrecht immediately recognized the benefits of dStream digital broadband and a wide-bore system for breakthrough clinical performance.
MRIBest Practice
By: Takahara, Taro, M.D., Ph.D.
On: Nov 28, 2010
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Views: 4469
Ingenia 3.0T excels in cardiac imaging at SLEH
Thanks to Ingenia, cardiac MRI has become more robust and more efficient at St. Luke’s Episcopal Hospital (SLEH, Houston, Texas, USA). Ingenia 3.0T with MultiTransmit 4D provides excellent cardiac image quality and shortens total examination time in 3.0T cardiac MR.
MRIBest Practice
By: Muthupillai, Raja, Ph.D.
On: Mar 27, 2012
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Views: 4379
Yonsei University tracks CNS fibers with Diffusion Tensor Imaging
Yonsei University (South Korea) probes white matter maturation, interconnections and pathology using diffusion tensor imaging (DTI) for two to three cases every day.
MRIBest Practice
By: Lee, Seung-Koo, Dr., M.D.
On: Nov 26, 2005
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Views: 4313
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