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Ingenia dStream architecture - the digital revolution in MRI

White Paper
MRI NetForum Team Philips Healthcare • Netherlands

C. Possanzini, PhD; P.R. Harvey, PhD; K. Ham, MSc; R. Hoogeveen, PhD

A true paradigm shift in clinical imaging

The Ingenia MR systems with dStream architecture are channel-independent and produce an exceptional image quality with major benefits in workflow and throughput time.

In this white paper it is explained how dStream architecture leads to sense and simplicity and why dStream:


  • Is a true paradigm shift in MRI 
  • Produces higher signal to noise ratios (SNR) 
  • Enables a truly channel-independent system 
  • Reduces interface complexity
  • Simplifies workflow and improves throughput time 
  • Is future-proof

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