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Ingenia 3.0T CX and neuroscience package enhance studies

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MRI NetForum Team Philips Healthcare • Netherlands

Designed to support both clinical investigation and advanced clinical imaging, our neuroscience package offers a suite of exceptional tools for neuroscience and neurofunctional studies.

High-end diffusion techniques

Diffusion imaging benefits from up to 128 directions and up to 32 b-values, for high definition fiber track imaging and multishell acquisitions. You can also define your own matrix of diffusion directions per b-value, for imaging that meets your specific needs in neuroscience.

fMRI capabilities

fMRI tools include algorithms that reduce and stabilize Nyquist ghosting. The B0 mapping tool measures both magnitude and phase images, which can help you correct for EPI distortion.


The scanner console provides real-time feedback and results during fMRI studies, and an integrated quality assurance tool helps you measure fMRI stability and analyze fBIRN metrics. The extended data storage holds up to 64k images, accommodating long fMRI sessions.


In addition, the neuroscience package includes an export tool to easily export images in formats such as NIfTI, which you may need in your neuroscience projects.

Excellent hardware

The Ingenia 3.0T CX features a high performance gradient with 80 T/m/s slew rate and a maximal amplitude of 200 mT/m. Its balanced design and the digital RF chain with the dS SENSE parallel imaging capabilities bring excellent image quality and stability to your neuroscience exams.


Other tools for neuroscience include:

• Digital 32-element dS Head coil

• SensaVue paradigm generation workstations

• IntelliSpace Portal advanced visualization and analysis

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