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Joshua Nickerson
   Member since: 06/12/17

Enterprise: University of Vermont Medical Center
Burlington, USA


Jun 12, 2017

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Cerebral blood flow in glioblastoma
In this case of cerebal bloodflow in glioblastoma, pCASL was used to allow visualization of brain perfusion and physiology without contrast agent injection. The study was done at the University of Vermont (UVM), USA.
MRICase Study
By: Watts, Richard, Ph.D.
On: Dec 05, 2017
Views: 1070
UVM brain MRI protocols upgraded with SWIp, MultiVane XD and pCASL
University of Vermont (UVM) Medical Center has evaluated recent methods to identify how their protocols for the brain can be improved.Their evaluation convinced them to incorporate SWIp, MultiVane XD and pCASL into their standard MR exams.
MRIBest Practice
By: Nickerson, Joshua, M.D.
On: Nov 14, 2017
Views: 953
Motion artifact reduction in brain MRI
The team at University of Vermont (Burlington, USA) demonstrates motion artifact reduction with MultiVane XD in this case study of the brain.
MRICase Study
By: Nickerson, Joshua, M.D.
On: Jul 11, 2017
Views: 939
SWIp and FFE of a brain with hemosiderin foci
At University of Vermont (Burlington, USA) SWIp and gradient echo imaging were compared in a patient with radiation-induced foci of hemosiderin deposition.
MRICase Study
By: Nickerson, Joshua, M.D.
On: Jun 27, 2017
Views: 717

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