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HFO High resolution whole body imaging

Sakari, Päivi Philips Healthcare Philips Global
Stout, Jeroen Philips Healthcare Philips Global

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ExamCard description

This release 2.5 ExamCard was created for whole body imaging on Panorama HFO using the Integrated Body coil.


Position the patient feet first and supine. Use extra pads to position the patient closer to the isocenter. 


The first scan is an ascending sagittal survey with 4 stacks. The stacks can be fused using MobiView. A coronal scout, scanned in ascending order, can be planned on this MobiView image.
The actual scan will start from the feet.


PPU triggering is used when scanning T2w images from the chest station.

Breath hold is used in the abdominal chest area for T1w.

Respiratory triggering is used for T2w imaging in the abdominal and chest area.


The ExamCard uses 8 stacks in each T1w and T2w sequence. The total scan time is 47 minutes.

ExamCard overview

HFO Total body
Scan 1Ascending sagital survey using 4 stacks
Scan 2Descending coronal survey using 4 stacks
Scan 3T2w coronal sequence using 8 stacks
Scan 4T1w coronal sequence using 8 stacks

ExamCard images

Mobiview of T2w images 8 ascending stacksMobiview of T1w images 8 ascending stacks
Mobiview of T2w images
Mobiview of T1w images
8 ascending stacks
8 ascending stacks

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Panorama HFO
Release 2.5
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