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HFO MRA Thoracic aorta/Aortic arch

Vanderpol, Michael, R.T. Midland, MidMichigan Regional Imaging USA
Bickford, Lori, MS Philips Healthcare USA

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HFO MRA Thoracic aorta/Aortic arch

ExamCard purpose

This release 2.5.3 Panorama HFO ExamCard has been created to assist the clinician in examining pathology along the ascending/descending aorta and the Aortic arch.

ExamCard overview

MRA Thoracic Aorta/ Aortic Arch
Scan 1Survey
Scan 2Reference XL Body
Scan 3T1 EPI Transaxial
Scan 4Balanced TFE BH Transaxial
Scan 5T2 MS RT Sagittal
Scan 6BTFE BH Sag
Scan 7PD TSE Sag
Scan 8BolusTrak
Scan 93D Dynamic Contrast Enhanced Sag

ExamCard images

MRA Thoracic aorta<br>Aortic arch PD TSE Sag 3D Dynamic
MRA Thoracic aorta
Aortic arch
3D Dynamic
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Patient preparation

Respiratory bellow is set up on the patient together with the VCG gating. 

Post-processing / analysis

A Maximum Intensity Projection was created from the 3D Dynamic scans. The movie is created using the 'FH' axis with 60 slices at a 30 degree angle.

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Panorama HFO
Release 2.5, Release 2.6
Body, Mediastinum, Thoracic MRA, Vascular

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