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1.5T Brain with SmartExam for brain stem tumors

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Leonard, Justin Philips • United Kingdom

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This R2.6 ExamCard provides a comprehensive exam for imaging brain stem tumors.

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Pre-contrast brain scans include coronal and axial T2-weighted, sagittal T1-weighted and axial FLAIR.

Following contrast injection a 3D T1-weighted FFE is acquired, including reformats for axial, coronal and sagittal views.

A spectroscopy scan, TSI, is included. DTI is done for fiber tracking, while the final scans; CSF sagittal and a Q-flow series are acquired to assess CSF flow.

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T2W TSE T2W TSE FLAIR axial
T2W TSE
T2W TSE
FLAIR axial
T1W sagittal T2W coronal 3D T1W FFE post-contrast
T1W sagittal
T2W coronal
3D T1W FFE post-contrast

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Reformats

Spectroscopy
Spectroscopy

Fiber tracking with FiberTrak
Fiber tracking with FiberTrak



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Achieva 1.5T
Release 2
Brain, Brain stem, DTI, fiber tracking, FiberTrak, Neuro, SmartExam, Spectroscopy, TSI, tumor
 

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