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Panorama HFO clinical cases with advanced techniques

Case Study
El-Kiki, Hassan Cairo, Wadi El-Neel Hospital Egypt

Panorama HFO accommodates broader patient group and provides exceptional results at Wadi El-Neel Hospital, Cairo, Egypt.

The Panorama enables excellent image quality and a short scan time; it's ideal for all kinds of patients, and covers modern advanced MRI procedures including diffusion, perfusion and fiber tracking according to  Prof. Hassan El-kiki, professor of Radiology at Wadi El-neel Hospital.


Fetal Chiari malformation
Fetal MR images acquired at 37 weeks of pregnancy show
Chiari malformation. Imaging was done on Panorama HFO.



Pancreatic head serous cystadenoma
Panorama HFO images of the abdomen show large pancreatic head serous cystadenoma (arrows). The total exam time was 15 minutes.



Posterior fossa medulloblastoma in the brain
A 2.5-year-old girl underwent an MRI and MRA examination in the open Panorama HFO. The high quality images demonstrate a posterior fossa medulloblastoma in the brain. The total exam time was 15 minutes. Sedation was not needed.



3D MRCP prior to liver transplantation
3D MRCP images of two patients scanned on Panorama HFO prior to liver transplantation.



MRA prior to liver transplantation
Panorama HFO was used to create these MRA images showing the hepatic arteries, portal veins and hepatic veins prior to liver transplantation.



Malignant meningioma
Panorama HFO examination of malignant meningioma. Fiber tracking shows displaced corticospinal tracts and superior longitudinal fasculus with no evidence of fiber interruption.



Fiber tracking in spine
Panorama HFO images show a focal cervical cord area of malacia. Fiber tracking demonstrates fiber interruption in that area.



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Panorama HFO


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Case Study
Panorama HFO
Release 2.5, Release 2.6
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Abdominal MRA, Body, Brain, Cervical spine, Fetal, Liver, mra, MRCP, Neuro, Pancreas, Vascular
 

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