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Ingenia 1.5T Whole body with DWIBS - Radiology Practice Munich Center

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Schmidt, Gerwin, M.D. Radiology Munich Center • Germany
Rother, Tobias, M.D. Radiology Munich Center • Germany

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This Release 4.1.2 ExamCard is used for imaging oncology patients on Ingenia 1.5T using the dS Torso coil solution. It includes whole body T1W, STIR and DWI, as well as post-contrast dynamic 3D mDIXON. The total scan time is 36:33 min.

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 Total scan time is 36:33 minutes.<br><br><br>
Total scan time is 36:33 minutes.




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 T1W TSE Cor STIR Cor DWIBS
T1W TSE Cor
STIR Cor
DWIBS
 Post-contrast 3D mDIXON T1W fat suppressed
<br><br> Post-contrast 3D mDIXON T1W fat suppressed
Post-contrast 3D mDIXON T1W fat suppressed

Post-contrast 3D mDIXON T1W fat suppressed

Patient preparation

The dS Torso coil solution is used.

Contrast agent / injection protocol

Refer to the contrast agent manufacturer for recommended dose and indications for use.



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Ingenia 1.5T
Release 4
Body, dS Torso coil solution, dStream, DWI, DWIBS, mDIXON, Oncology, Spleen, Whole body
 

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