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Ingenia 3.0T Standard Pediatric brain < 2yo - Phoenix Children's Hospital

Miller, Jeffrey, M.D. Phoenix Children's Hospital • USA

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This release 4.1 ExamCard is developed for Ingenia 3.0T for pediatric brain imaging in children less than 2 years of age. Dual IR sequences are included to obtain high resolution T1 and T2 images in a single acquisition, providing gray/white matter differentiation.

ExamCard overview

Total scan time is 26:19 min.
In T1W_IR/T2  pixel size is 0.6 x 0.6 mm

ExamCard images

 3.0T Dual IR T2 weighted<br>
Pixels 0.417 x 0.417 mm 3.0T dual IR T2 weighted<br>
Pixels 0.417 x 0.417 mm
3.0T Dual IR T2 weighted
Pixels 0.417 x 0.417 mm
3.0T dual IR T2 weighted
Pixels 0.417 x 0.417 mm

Patient preparation

The dS HeadSpine coil solution is used.
Patient positioning is head first, supine.

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Ingenia 3.0T
Release 4
Brain, dS HeadSpine coil, dStream, infant, Neuro, Pediatric

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