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Ingenia 3.0T Brain inflow TFE-MRA

Katsumata, Yasutomo Philips Electronics Japan Ltd, • Japan

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This R4.1.1 Ingenia 3.0T ExamCard includes a Inflow TFE-MRA for the brain.

The following parameters are used to reduce artifacts and maintain background signal suppression.

- The TE is set to short, even though the background signal becomes higher
- Therefore SPIR and MTC are used to suppress the background signal, even though the TR becomes longer
- A TFE sequence is used instead of FFE to reduce TR

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Voxel size: 0.521 x 0.87 x 0.55 mm
Total scan time: 6.12 min.

Patient preparation

The dS HeadSpine coil is used and the patient is positioned head first, supine.

Post-processing / analysis

MIP images can be generated.

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Ingenia 3.0T
Release 4
Brain, Circle of Willis, dS HeadSpine coil, Inflow, MIP, mra, Neuro, Vascular

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