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3.0T Routine hip - Mayne Clinical Research Imaging Centre

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Shnier, Ron, M.D. Symbion Research Clinical Imaging Center Australia
Hughes, Kathleen Symbion Research Clinical Imaging Center Australia

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Routine hip examination for the assessment of bone marrow (avascular necrosis, fractures, infiltrative process), synovium, articular cartilage, acetabular labrum, peri-articular ligaments and tendons, adjacent bursae (especially iliopsoas and trochanteric), soft tissue masses (add gradient echo sequence), and proximal femoral and acetabular morphology.

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Scan 1Survey
Scan 2Reference scan
Scan 3SPAIR/PELVIS (cor)
Scan 4T2 SPAIR (cor)
Scan 5PD (cor)
Scan 6T2 SPAIR (ax)
Scan 7PD (ax)
Scan 8PD (sag)

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T2 SPAIR Pelvis (cor) T2 SPAIR (cor) PD (cor)
T2 SPAIR Pelvis (cor)
T2 SPAIR (cor)
PD (cor)
T2 SPAIR (ax) PD (ax) PD (sag)
T2 SPAIR (ax)
PD (ax)
PD (sag)

Patient preparation

Patient is positioned supine. Protocols are set up for use with the Flex-M coil for the unilateral examinations.


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Intera 3.0T
Release 10, Release 11
Master / Quasar Dual
Hip, Musculoskeletal
 

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