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Ingenia 3.0T Pediatric traumatic brain injury - Phoenix Children's Hospital

Miller, Jeffrey, M.D. Phoenix Children's Hospital • USA
Pokorney, Amber, BA Phoenix Childrens Hospital • USA

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ExamCard purpose

This Ingenia 3.0T Release 5 ExamCard is used for imaging traumic brain injury in children using the 32-channel dS Head coil.


It includes a high resolution SWIp sequence to visualize even small collections of deoxygenated blood using susceptibility weighting.

ExamCard overview

 Total scan time is 28:11 min.
Total scan time is 28:11 min.

ExamCard images

 Ssh TSE T2 DWI Ssh TSE T2
Ssh TSE T2
Ssh TSE T2
SWIp Pixels 0.9 x 0.9 mm<br>
Scan time 4:05 min.<br>SWIp Pixels 0.9 x 0.9 mm<br>
Scan time 4:05 min.<br>
Pixels 0.9 x 0.9 mm
Scan time 4:05 min.
Pixels 0.9 x 0.9 mm
Scan time 4:05 min.


The SWIp images provide excellent visibility of the corpus callosum injury (white box) and the cortical contusion (arrows).

Patient preparation

The dS Head coil 32ch is used

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Ingenia 3.0T
Release 5
Brain, dStream, Neuro, Pediatric, susceptibility weighted imaging, SWI, SWIp, traumatic brain injury

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