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3.0T TX Breast - University of Washington, Seattle Cancer Care Alliance

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Lehman, Constance, M.D., Ph.D. Seattle Cancer Care Alliance

These Release 3 ExamCards are optimized for diagnostic breast imaging with the 3.0T TX MammoTrak breast coils. 
 


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Our ExamCards are optimized for high image quality and high resolution. We use the 16-channel MammoTrak Breast coil for our diagnostic imaging.

 

For our clinical patients we use an axial bilateral 3D T1w TFE, an axial bilateral T2w TSE with SPAIR fat suppression followed by a dynamic axial bilateral eTHRIVE with a dynamic scan time of 2 minutes and 50 seconds. Both the 3D T1w TFE and the dynamic eTHRIVE have the same high resolution; voxel size of 0.5 x 0.5 mm combined with a slice thickness of 0.65 mm.

 

Post-processing, including subtractions and reformats, is performed by our CAD system.

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3D T1w TFE T2w SPAIR eTHRIVE
3D T1w TFE
T2w SPAIR
eTHRIVE


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Achieva 3.0T
Release 3
Body, Breast, Women's health
 

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