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Cervical spine HNP - Manchester

Prof. Jackson, Alan Manchester, University of Manchester United Kingdom


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This ExamCard includes a sagittal T2W_TSE, a sagittal T1W_TSE and an axial T2W_FFE in less than 15 minutes.


The CTL Spine coil is used (cervical mode, elements 1234).


The sagittal sequences share the same geoname. The planning of the first sagittal sequence is therefore automatically taken over to the next sagittal sequence.


Propagate FOV is enabled between the sagittal sequences so changes in the geometry of one sagittal sequence is copied to the other sagittal sequence.


Viewing Protocols are selected for all sequences.


A refscan is added so CLEAR can be used.


In the ExamCard text and images are added for all sequences.

Planning of T2w_FFE T2W_FFE
Planning of T2w_FFE

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