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1.5T / 3.0T Black blood cardiac imaging (UPDATE)

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de Kok, Wendy Philips Healthcare Philips Global

1.5T / 3.0T Black blood cardiac imaging

Black blood imaging is commonly used for visualization of the morphology of the heart. Standard preset procedures are available, but might need adaptation in specific situations.

These situations are described in the Application Tip "Black blood cardiac imaging" on NetForum (see link on bottom of page).

 

Black blood ExamCards, containing adapted protocols for specific situations, is available for both 1.5T and 3.0T:

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ExamCard black blood imaging for 1.5T (Release 2.1):

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ExamCard black blood imaging for 3.0T (Release 2.1):

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ExamCard black blood imaging for 1.5T (Release 2.6.1):

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ExamCard black blood imaging for 3.0T (Release 2.6.1):

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To receive a copy of the protocol text files, please contact us using the contact function in the left menu bar on the NetForum Homepage.



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Achieva 1.5T, Achieva 3.0T
Release 2, Release 2.5
3T, BB, Cardiac, Cardiac Morphology
 

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