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Tibial plateau fracture

Case Study
Goumas, Chris, M.D. Palo Alto Medical Foundation • USA
Hitt, Dave, B.Sc. Philips Healthcare • USA

Patient history

A 57-year-old female fell on both knees while gardening. She presented with trauma and pain of the left knee.

MR examination

Ingenia 3.0T with the dS Knee 8ch coil was used.
The patient was positioned feet first, supine, with feet and calves supported in cushions.

MR Images

Click images to enlarge them for better appreciation of the high resolution.
 Sag PD FS <br>
0.23x0.34x2.0 mm Sag PD <br>
0.2x0.3x2.0 mm Ax PD FS <br>
0.23x0.36x2.0 mm
Sag PD FS
0.23x0.34x2.0 mm
Sag PD
0.2x0.3x2.0 mm
Ax PD FS
0.23x0.36x2.0 mm
 Cor PD FS <br>
0.23x0.36x2.0 mm Cor T1 <br>
0.2x0.34x2.0 mm
Cor PD FS
0.23x0.36x2.0 mm
Cor T1
0.2x0.34x2.0 mm

Diagnosis

Tibial plateau fracture

Impact of using Ingenia 3.0T

Features that advanced these protocols included phase oversampling or REST slabs to minimize scan times allowing more time to sample signal. SENSE was used judiciously to help keep scan times of within about five minutes.


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Case Study
Ingenia 3.0T
Release 4
dS Knee 8ch coil, dStream, fracture, knee, Musculoskeletal, Tibial plateau
 

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