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Ingenia 3.0T Cardiac protocol for arrhythmia

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de Kok, Wendy Philips Healthcare • Netherlands
Van de Pol, Ann Philips Healthcare • Netherlands

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 Single shot cine in SA view
Single shot cine in SA view
 Single shot late enhancement in 4CH view
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Single shot late enhancement in 4CH view

This Release 4.1.3 ExamCard contains single shot sequences for cine, black blood and late enhancement. Because of their single shot nature, all sequences have reduced sensitivity for heart rate variations.
 
In comparison to standard multi-shot sequences, the temporal and spatial resolution is
reduced, but motion artifacts are minimized.

Patient heart rate must be entered on ExamCard level. Fill in the average value of the patient's heart rate. Trigger parameters will all be based on the duration of the average RR-interval in this case.


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Ingenia 3.0T
Release 4.1
Omega HP
arrhythmia, Black blood, Cardiac, Cardiac Morphology, cmr, dS Torso coil solution, dStream, Function Cine, Function Non-Cine, late enhancement, Single shot
 

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