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Ingenia 3.0T subclavian steal syndrome - GK Bonn

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Textor, Jochen, M.D. Gemeinschaftskrankenhaus Bonn • Germany
Drechsler, Klaus Gemeinschaftskrankenhaus Bonn • Germany

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This Ingenia 3.0T R4.1.3 ExamCard was prepared for evaluation of subclavian steal syndrome including 4D-TRAK MRA and QFlow measurement. The dS HeadNeckSpine coil solution was used. This ExamCard can also be applied for fast brain examination.

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 Total scan time 17:45 min.
Total scan time 17:45 min.

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s8_4D_Trak
s8_4D_Trak

Patient preparation

The patient was prepared for injection with contrast media. The dS HeadNeckSpine coil solution was used.

Contrast agent / injection protocol

A normal dose contrast agent was added. (0.1 mmol/kg; 2 ml/s flow). Refer to the contrast agent manufacturer for dose and indication to use.

Post-processing / analysis

MIP, Diffusion and Q-Flow was analyzed.





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Ingenia 3.0T
Release 4
4D TRAK, dS HeadNeckSpine coil, Q-Flow, Subclavian artery, Vascular
 

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