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This Brilliance 16-slice case study, courtesy of University of Pécs Department of Radiology, presents the images from a brain CTA scan showing an arteriovenous malformation.
Atypical chest pain with pleuro-pericardial effusion
This iCT case study, courtesy of Dott Oncini of Ospedale Generale Provinciale di Macerata, presents an image from a case of a patient that presented with atypical chest pain with pleuro-pericardial effusion.
Whole body MRI of bone lesions in spine
An oncology patient with the diagnosis extent of disease (EOD) grade 2 after bone scintigraphy underwent MRI at Kawasaki Sawai Hospital, Japan. He was scanned with the whole body oncology protocol. Many bright bone lesions were seen on the DWIBS images.
Monte Carlo single scatter simulation
This Ingenuity TF PET/CT with xPand5 case study, courtesy of the University of Pennsylvania, presents the images from a FDG PET/CT scan using Monte Carlo single scatter simulation.
Brain without contrast
This iCT case study, courtesy of Amakusa Medical Center, presents iDose4 and IMR images from a brain scan without contrast.
NetForum reaches 20,000 registered users
Philips Healthcare recently welcomed its 20,000th registered member to the NetForum Community. This milestone marks NetForum’s continued growth over the past seven years amongst Philips MRI, CT and NM users.
Making a more informed imaging decision
This abstract from a previous case study presented at RSNA evaluates the benefit and clinical significance that spectral detector CT results add to the diagnosis of routine conventional CT data.
Orthopedic metal artifact reduction in MRI
This white paper explains how O-MAR and O-MAR XD allow visualization of soft tissue and bone in the near vicinity of MR Conditional orthopedic implants by reduction of artifacts caused by metal implants.
MultiTransmit and Body Imaging
In this presentation, Prof. Yutaka Imai, MD, PhD, Tokai University School of Medicine, describes his experiences with MultiTransmit in body imaging. The presentation was given at RSNA 2009 in Chicago, USA.
Multichannel CT for PE
This presentation delivered by Dr. Jonas Rydberg on April 12, 2007, reviews critical protocol and scanning techniques required to deliver consistent quality in PE exams.