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Beth Kline-Fath
M.D.
Radiologist
   Member since: 10/03/13

Enterprise: Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
Cincinnati, USA

beth.kline-fath@cchmc.org
 


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Professional / Academic Appointments: Associate Professor of Radiology and Chief of Fetal Imaging at CCHMC
 

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Ingenia 1.5T Fetal - Cincinnati Children's Hospital
This ExamCard is used for fetal MRI scanning. It uses a dStream coil setup so that the mother can lie on her side. The ExamCard is optimized for high speed, high SNR and high resolution for imaging the fetus.
MRIExamCard
By: Serai, Suraj, Ph.D.
On: Nov 28, 2013
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Chiari II malformation with myelomeningocele
A 31-year-old pregnant female with fetus at 22 weeks with suspected myelomeningocele was evaluated for intrauterine repair. She underwent MRI using Ingenia 1.5T at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital.
MRICase Study
By: Kline-Fath, Beth, M.D.
On: Nov 28, 2013
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Views: 4348
Right congenital diaphragmatic hernia
A 22-year-old pregnant woman with a fetus at 33 weeks being evaluated for fetal lung lesionwas scanned at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital on Ingenia 1.5T.
MRICase Study
By: Kline-Fath, Beth, M.D.
On: Nov 28, 2013
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Views: 792
Twin to twin transfusion syndrome
A 33-year-old female pregnant with monochorionic diamniotic twins at 19 weeks gestation with concern for twin to twin transfusion syndrome was scanned at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital on Ingenia 1.5T.
MRICase Study
By: Kline-Fath, Beth, M.D.
On: Nov 28, 2013
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Ingenia 1.5T helps overcome fetal imaging challenges
Ingenia’s high SNR, digital dStream coils and wide bore contribute to a smart approach for fetal MR imaging at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital. A multiple-coil setup and a focus on keeping the patient comfortable help the team obtain beautiful fetal images.
MRIBest Practice
By: Serai, Suraj, Ph.D.
On: Nov 28, 2013
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