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Faster MRI exams with Compressed SENSE at Kantonsspital Winterthur

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Sartoretti, Sabine, M.D. Institute of Radiology, Kantonsspital Winterthur • Switzerland

Kantonsspital Winterthur in Switzerland is using Compressed SENSE technology to reduce scan times in their 2D and 3D MRI of the brain, spine, joints, pelvis, and abdomen. Read how these updates impact daily practices, as told by neuroradiologist Dr. Sabine Sartoretti. 

 

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Faster* MRI throughout the whole body with Compressed SENSE

 

Reducing scan time, same image quality

“Our goal is to reduce scan time, but we want the same image quality as before,” says Dr. Sartoretti. Compressed SENSE has reduced scan times for their different sequences in various anatomies with up to 50% compared to scans without Compressed SENSE.

Aiming for shorter overall scan time

Dr. Sartoretti aims to shorten sequences one by one with Compressed SENSE to reduce overall scan time per patient, allowing the team to scan more patients. Compressed SENSE also helps them make the switch to using 3D SpineVIEW in lumbar spine and can be used to increase spatial resolution in other cases.

 

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Read full FieldStrength article:

Faster MRI throughout the whole body with Compressed SENSE

 

 

 

 

*Compared to scans without Compressed SENSE

 

Results from case studies are not predictive of results in other cases. Results in other cases may vary.  



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Body, Brain, Breast, Compressed SENSE, dStream, Knee, Lumbar spine, Musculoskeletal, Neuro, productivity, Spine
 

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