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3.0T TX 4D-TRAK mimicking DSA to look for AVM

Wang, Sui-Cheng Annie Philips Healthcare • Taiwan
Chai, Jyh-Wen , M.D., Ph.D. TaiChung Veterans General Hospital • Taiwan
Wu, Yi-Ying TaiChung Veterans General Hospital • Taiwan

Using 4D-TRAK mimicking DSA to look for AVM

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This ExamCard was made on Achieva 3.0T TX release 3.2.

In order to image an AVM between the carotid and subclavian region, we used thick slice 4D-TRAK (about 10 cm per slice, number of slices: 1), and brought down the scan time to 1 second per slice to mimic traditional digital subtraction angiography (DSA).

ExamCard overview

Frame rate: 10cm/1.1sec

Keyhole: 40%

Total scan time : 60sec

# of dynamic: 60

ExamCard Images

CE-MRA of arteriovenous malformation (AVM)
between carotid and subclavian region.

Patient preparation

The 32-channel SENSE Cardiac coil was used.

Gadovist 3 cc (total). 

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Achieva 3.0T TX
Release 3.2
4D-TRAK, AVM, Carotid, mra, SENSE Cardiac coil, Subclavian, Vascular

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