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Clinical Experience with MultiTransmit Technology at 3.0T

Web Seminar
Willinek, Winfried, M.D. Bonn, University of Bonn Germany

In this presentation, Winfried Willinek, MD, shares clinical results obtained from the Achieva 3.0T TX in Bonn. He discusses benefits of MultiTransmit in examiation of liver and abdomen, breast, spine and pelvis.



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May 28, 2009

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Web Seminar
Achieva 3.0T TX
Release 2.6
Quasar, Quasar Dual
Body, Breast, Cervical spine, Liver, Lumbar spine, Neuro, Oncology, Pelvis, Small bowel, Thoracic spine

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