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1.5T / 3.0T Delayed enhancement cardiac imaging

de Kok, Wendy Philips Healthcare Philips Global

Delayed enhancement imaging (DE-CMR) is used to asses myocardial viability. Standard preset procedures are available, but may need adaptions in specific situations. Such situations are described in the Application Tip "Delayed enhancement imaging" on NetForum, see link on bottom of page. A DE-CMR ExamCard, containing adapted protocols is available for both 1.5T and 3.0T:

ExamCard DE-CMR for 1.5T (Release 2):

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ExamCard DE-CMR for 3.0T (Release 2):

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Feb 28, 2008

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Achieva 1.5T, Achieva 3.0T
Release 2, Release 2.5
Nova, Nova Dual, Pulsar, Quasar, Quasar Dual
3T, Cardiac, Function Non-Cine

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