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Kurashiki Central Hospital
Hospital: Kurashiki Central Hospital

Country: Japan



Ingenia 3.0T Contrast-free brain vascular imaging - Kurashiki
This Ingenia 3.0T ExamCard contains sequences for contrast-free imaging of the vascular anatomy in the brain, including 3D Inflow and 4D-TRANCE.
MRIExamCard
By: Ogasahara, Takashi, R.T.
On: Mar 28, 2017
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Views: 790
Ingenia 1.5T Female pelvis with myoma (Compressed SENSE) - Kurashiki
This Release 5.4 Ingenia 1.5T ExamCard contains a broad set of sequences for imaging the female pelvis in a patient with myoma. Compressed SENSE is used to speed up the entire exam.
MRIExamCard
By: Nakada, Kazuaki, R.T.
On: Apr 16, 2018
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Views: 773
Ingenia 3.0T 3D APT brain imaging for possible glioblastoma recurrence - Kurashiki
This Release 5.4 Ingenia 3.0T ExamCard contains a broad set of sequences for brain imaging on a patient with possible glioblastoma recurrence. 3D APT is used to enhance diagnostic confidence.
MRIExamCard
By: Nakada, Kazuaki, R.T.
On: Feb 06, 2018
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Views: 463
Ingenia 1.5T Cardiac imaging with Compressed SENSE - Kurashiki
This Release 5.4 Ingenia 1.5T ExamCard contains a comprehensive set of sequences for cardiac imaging. Compressed SENSE is used to speed up the entire exam.
MRIExamCard
By: Nakada, Kazuaki, R.T.
On: Jan 10, 2018
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Views: 900
Ingenia 1.5T Liver hemangioma with Compressed SENSE - Kurashiki
This Release 5.4 Ingenia 1.5T ExamCard contains a broad set of sequences for imaging liver hemangioma. Compressed SENSE is used to speed up the entire exam.
MRIExamCard
By: Nakada, Kazuaki, R.T.
On: Jan 05, 2018
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Views: 816
Ingenia 1.5T Lumbar neurography of schwannoma incl. Compressed SENSE - Kurashiki
This Release 5.4 Ingenia 1.5T ExamCard contains a broad set of sequences for lumbar neurography imaging in a patient with a schwannoma. It includes Compressed SENSE, speeding up the entire exam.
MRIExamCard
By: Nakagawa, Kenichi, R.T.
On: Apr 16, 2018
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Views: 798
Ingenia 3.0T Brachial plexus tumor - Kurashiki
This Release 5.3 Ingenia 3.0T ExamCard contains a broad set of sequences for a patient with a brachial plexus tumor, including mDIXON XD TSE and 3D NerveVIEW.
MRIExamCard
By: Nakagawa, Kenichi, R.T.
On: Mar 29, 2018
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Views: 534
Hip with synovial cyst with and without Compressed SENSE
Ingenia 1.5T scans with and without Compressed SENSE are compared in this MRI case study of a hip performed at Kurashiki Central Hospital, Japan. Compressed SENSE helped in reducing scan times of the examination and increased spatial resolution in the 3D PelvisVIEW scan.
MRICase Study
By: Koyama, Takashi, M.D., Ph.D.
On: Feb 19, 2019
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Views: 155
Pelvis with myoma with and without Compressed SENSE
In this MRI exam of the pelvis, sequences with and without Compressed SENSE are compared. In this case from Kurashiki Central Hospital, Compressed SENSE is used to reduce scan time in 2D scans and to increase spatial resolution in 3D PelvisVIEW.
MRICase Study
By: Koyama, Takashi, M.D., Ph.D.
On: Feb 12, 2019
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Views: 80
Pediatric spine with neuroblastoma
A child with neuroblastoma underwent MRI on Ingenia 1.5T at Kurashiki Central Hospital, Japan. Compressed SENSE was used to reduce scan time while maintaining the high resolution for 2D mDIXON, 3D SpineVIEW and e-THRIVE
MRICase Study
By: Koyama, Takashi, M.D., Ph.D.
On: Feb 05, 2019
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Views: 52
Hip with synovial cyst with and without Compressed SENSE
Ingenia 1.5T scans with and without Compressed SENSE are compared in this MRI case study of a hip performed at Kurashiki Central Hospital, Japan. Compressed SENSE helped in reducing scan times of the examination and increased spatial resolution in the 3D PelvisVIEW scan.
MRICase Study
By: Koyama, Takashi, M.D., Ph.D.
On: Feb 19, 2019
Rating:
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Views: 155
Pelvis with myoma with and without Compressed SENSE
In this MRI exam of the pelvis, sequences with and without Compressed SENSE are compared. In this case from Kurashiki Central Hospital, Compressed SENSE is used to reduce scan time in 2D scans and to increase spatial resolution in 3D PelvisVIEW.
MRICase Study
By: Koyama, Takashi, M.D., Ph.D.
On: Feb 12, 2019
Rating:
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Views: 80
Pediatric spine with neuroblastoma
A child with neuroblastoma underwent MRI on Ingenia 1.5T at Kurashiki Central Hospital, Japan. Compressed SENSE was used to reduce scan time while maintaining the high resolution for 2D mDIXON, 3D SpineVIEW and e-THRIVE
MRICase Study
By: Koyama, Takashi, M.D., Ph.D.
On: Feb 05, 2019
Rating:
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Views: 52
Hip with synovial cyst with and without Compressed SENSE
Ingenia 1.5T scans with and without Compressed SENSE are compared in this MRI case study of a hip performed at Kurashiki Central Hospital, Japan. Compressed SENSE helped in reducing scan times of the examination and increased spatial resolution in the 3D PelvisVIEW scan.
MRICase Study
By: Koyama, Takashi, M.D., Ph.D.
On: Feb 19, 2019
Rating:
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Views: 155
Pelvis with myoma with and without Compressed SENSE
In this MRI exam of the pelvis, sequences with and without Compressed SENSE are compared. In this case from Kurashiki Central Hospital, Compressed SENSE is used to reduce scan time in 2D scans and to increase spatial resolution in 3D PelvisVIEW.
MRICase Study
By: Koyama, Takashi, M.D., Ph.D.
On: Feb 12, 2019
Rating:
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Views: 80
Pediatric spine with neuroblastoma
A child with neuroblastoma underwent MRI on Ingenia 1.5T at Kurashiki Central Hospital, Japan. Compressed SENSE was used to reduce scan time while maintaining the high resolution for 2D mDIXON, 3D SpineVIEW and e-THRIVE
MRICase Study
By: Koyama, Takashi, M.D., Ph.D.
On: Feb 05, 2019
Rating:
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Views: 52

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