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Achieva 1.5T MRI of prostate

Case Study
Scappatura, Giuseppe Bianchi Melacrino Morelli • Italy

Patient history

A patient with the suspicion of adenocarcinoma was referred to hospital "Bianchi Melacrino Morelli", Reggio Calabria (Italy) for a MRI study of the prostate.

MRI examination

Diagnostic imaging of the prostate was done on Achieva 1.5T using a 32-channel SENSE Torso/Cardiac coil.

Images

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Diffusion b1200 ADC b 1200
total scan time 4:12 min.
ACQ voxel MPS (mm) 2.81/3.00/3.00
Diffusion b1200
ADC
b 1200 total scan time 4:12 min. ACQ voxel MPS (mm) 2.81/3.00/3.00
T2 TSE AX Total scan time 4:12 
ACQ matrix 240x180 A
CQ voxel MPS(mm)0.75/1.00/3.00 
REC voxel MPS(mm) 0.70/0.70/3.00Fusion T2 TSE AX-DWI b1200
T2 TSE AX
Fusion T2 TSE AX-DWI
Total scan time 4:12 ACQ matrix 240x180 A CQ voxel MPS(mm)0.75/1.00/3.00 REC voxel MPS(mm) 0.70/0.70/3.00
b1200
Fusion T2 TSE AX-DWI b1200Spectro 3D sequence
Fusion T2 TSE AX-DWI
Spectro 3D sequence
b1200

  

  

 

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



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Case Study
Achieva 1.5T
32ch SENSE TorsoCardiac coil, adenocarcinoma, Body, Oncology, Prostate
 

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