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Ingenia 3.0T motion-free shoulder with MultiVane XD

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MRI NetForum Team Philips Healthcare • Netherlands

Ingenia 3.0T motion-free MR arthrogram of shoulder with MultiVane XD

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This R5.1.7 sp1 ExamCard includes routine shoulder imaging with MultiVane XD.

The dS Shoulder 8ch coil was used.

 

Since shoulder imaging is inherently susceptible to breathing artifacts, this exam benefits greatly from motion reduction with MultiVane XD.

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Axial T1w SPAIR Scan time 3:52 min.<br>
Voxels 0.4 x 0.4 x 3.0 mmCoronal T1w SPAIR Scan time 3:52 min.<br>
Voxels 0.4 x 0.4 x 3.0 mmSagittal T1w SPAIR Scan time 4:38 min.<br>
Voxels 0.4 x 0.4 x 3.5 mm
Axial T1w SPAIR
Coronal T1w SPAIR
Sagittal T1w SPAIR
Scan time 3:52 min.
Voxels 0.4 x 0.4 x 3.0 mm
Scan time 3:52 min.
Voxels 0.4 x 0.4 x 3.0 mm
Scan time 4:38 min.
Voxels 0.4 x 0.4 x 3.5 mm


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Ingenia 3.0T
Release 5
dS shoulder 8ch coil, dStream, motion reduction, MultiVane, MultiVane XD, Musculoskeletal, Shoulder
 

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