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3.0T Brain (standard brain) - NIC Las Vegas

Orrison, William Las Vegas, Nevada Imaging Centers USA
Gibson, Jon Las Vegas, Nevada Imaging Centers USA
Perkins, Tom, Ph.D. Philips Healthcare USA
Jong, J.W. Philips Healthcare USA

3.0T Brain (standard brain)

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ExamCard Purpose

General examination of the cranial contents.


Post-gadolinium sequences are accomplished 5 minutes post injection to visualize lesions with abnormal vascularity.


The T1W_3D_TFE sagittal pre-and post-contrast (scans 6/7) are reformatted into coronal and axial planes.


Diffusion imaging is done in all patiets of age 50 and older or when CVA or TIA is of possible diagnostic interest.



ExamCard Overview

Scan 1Survey
Scan 2Reference scan
Scan 3FLAIR sagittal
Scan 4FLAIR axial
Scan 5T2W_GraSE axial
Scan 6T1W_3D_TFE sagittal
Scan 7T1W_3D_TFE sagittal post Gadolinium

Total scan time: 12:21 min.

Contrast agent / injection protocol

0.5 cc per kg (half dose)

Post-processing / analysis

The T1W_3D_TFE sagittal pre- and post-contrast (scans 6/7) are reformatted into coronal and axial planes.



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Intera 3.0T
Release 11
Master / Quasar Dual
Brain, Neuro

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