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Ingenia 1.5T Breast - Barnabas Health ACC

ExamCard
Sanders, Linda, M.D. Barnabas Health ACC • USA

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This release 4 ExamCard is for diagnostic breast imaging with the 16ch dS Breast coil. Our Breast protocols have been optimized using SmartBreast for patient specific shimming and producing the highest resolution possible on the system, within a short patient time slot. The total time of the ExamCard is only 15 minutes.

ExamCard overview


The ExamCard contains the following sequences:

- Axial bilateral T1w TSE 
  (image resolution 1 x 1 mm, slice thickness 3 mm) 
- Axial bilateral T2w TSE with SPAIR fat suppression
  (image resolution 1 x 1 mm, slice thickness 3 mm) 
- Dynamic axial bilateral eTHRIVE sequence
  (image resolution 0.75 x 0.75 mm, slice thickness 1.0 mm, dynamic scan time of 83 sec)
- DWI (image resolution 2.2 x 2.2, slice thickness 3mm)

ExamCard images

T1w TSE T2w TSE with SPAIR eTHRIVE
T1w TSE
T2w TSE with SPAIR
eTHRIVE


Post-processing / analysis

CAD is used for post-processing. A dedicated hanging protocol is used.


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Ingenia 1.5T
Release 4
Body, Breast, dS Breast coil, Oncology, SmartBreast, SmartExam, Women's health
 

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