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Ingenia 1.5T Optimized fat sat sequences for shoulder

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Hopkins, Wendy, R.T. Philips Healthcare • Netherlands

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This Release 4.1.3 Ingenia 1.5T ExamCard is created for scanning the shoulder with the dS Shoulder 8 Ch coil. It includes optimized fat-suppressed sequences in axial, coronal and sagittal planes. These sequences have been modified to help achieve robust fatsat in a reasonable time.

ExamCard overview

 Total scan time of the ExamCard is 56.53 min.
Total scan time of the ExamCard is 56.53 min.

ExamCard images

T1_SPIR Axial Scan time 3.56 min. <br>
TR 744 ms, TE 16 ms <br>
FOV 160 x 160 x 66 <br>
Voxels 0.48 x 0.6 x 3.00 mmT1_SPIR Coronal Scan time 3.55 min. <br>
TR 739 ms, TE 16 ms <br>
FOV 160 x 160 x 66 <br>
Voxels 0.48 x 0.6 x 3.00 mmT1_SPIR Sagittal Scan time 3.28 min. <br>
TR 735 ms, TE 12 ms <br>
FOV 160 x 160 x 66 <br>
Voxels 0.6 x 0.76 x 3.00 mm
T1_SPIR Axial
T1_SPIR Coronal
T1_SPIR Sagittal
Scan time 3.56 min.
TR 744 ms, TE 16 ms
FOV 160 x 160 x 66
Voxels 0.48 x 0.6 x 3.00 mm
Scan time 3.55 min.
TR 739 ms, TE 16 ms
FOV 160 x 160 x 66
Voxels 0.48 x 0.6 x 3.00 mm
Scan time 3.28 min.
TR 735 ms, TE 12 ms
FOV 160 x 160 x 66
Voxels 0.6 x 0.76 x 3.00 mm
PDW_mSPIR Axial Scan time 4.47 min. <br>
TR 3500 ms, TE 30 ms <br>
FOV 160 x 160 x 66 <br>
Voxels 0.53 x 0.67 x 3.00 mmPDW_mSPIR Coronal Scan time 3.47 min. <br>
TR 3500 ms, TE 30 ms <br>
FOV 160 x 160 x 59 <br> 
Voxels 0.50 x 0.63 x 3.00 mmPDW_mSPIR Sagittal Scan time 3.47 min. <br>
TR 3500 ms, TE 30 ms <br>
FOV 160 x 160 x 59 <br>
Voxels 0.5 x 0.63 x 3.00 mm
PDW_mSPIR Axial
PDW_mSPIR Coronal
PDW_mSPIR Sagittal
Scan time 4.47 min.
TR 3500 ms, TE 30 ms
FOV 160 x 160 x 66
Voxels 0.53 x 0.67 x 3.00 mm
Scan time 3.47 min.
TR 3500 ms, TE 30 ms
FOV 160 x 160 x 59
Voxels 0.50 x 0.63 x 3.00 mm
Scan time 3.47 min.
TR 3500 ms, TE 30 ms
FOV 160 x 160 x 59
Voxels 0.5 x 0.63 x 3.00 mm
T2W_SPAIR Axial Scan time 4.56 mi.n <br>
TR 4000 ms, TE 60 ms <br>
FOV 160 x 160 x 66 <br>
Voxels 0.65 x 0.85 x 3.00 mmT2W_SPAIR Coronal Scan time 5.04 min. <br>
TR 4000 ms, TE 50 ms <br>
FOV 160 x 160 x 59 <br>
Voxels 0.62 x 0.8 x 3.00 mmT2W_SPAIR sagittal Scan time 4.31 min. <br>
TR 4763 ms, TE 50 ms <br>
FOV 160 x 160 x 59 <br>
Voxels 0.52 x 0.72 x 3.00 mm
T2W_SPAIR Axial
T2W_SPAIR Coronal
T2W_SPAIR sagittal
Scan time 4.56 mi.n
TR 4000 ms, TE 60 ms
FOV 160 x 160 x 66
Voxels 0.65 x 0.85 x 3.00 mm
Scan time 5.04 min.
TR 4000 ms, TE 50 ms
FOV 160 x 160 x 59
Voxels 0.62 x 0.8 x 3.00 mm
Scan time 4.31 min.
TR 4763 ms, TE 50 ms
FOV 160 x 160 x 59
Voxels 0.52 x 0.72 x 3.00 mm

Patient preparation

The patient is positioned supine, head first and scanned with the dS Shoulder 8ch coil.


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ExamCard
Ingenia 1.5T
Release 4.1.3
Omega, Omega HP
dS shoulder 8ch coil, Fat suppression, Musculoskeletal, Shoulder, SPAIR, SPIR
 

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