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Ingenia 3.0T Neuro-Oncology - Dent Neurologic Institute
Thanks to scan time reduction of structural sequences with Compressed SENSE, this multiparametric neuro-oncology ExamCard for brain imaging includes 3D FLAIR, 3D APT, DSC perfusion and pCASL and still can be scanned in under 30 minutes.
MRIExamCard
By: Pinter, Nandor, M.D.
On: Aug 23, 2019
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Views: 363
Ingenia 3.0T CX and neuroscience package enhance studies
Designed to support both clinical investigation and advanced clinical imaging, the neuroscience package offers a suite of exceptional tools for neuroscience and neurofunctional studies.
MRIClinical News
By: MRI NetForum Team
On: Jan 26, 2016
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Views: 604
Diffusion tensor imaging for assessment of mild traumatic brain injury
Mild traumatic brain injury is not easy to image, but researchers at the University of Vermont College of Medicine, Vermont, USA manage to visualize effects using DTI.
MRIBest Practice
By: Freeman, Kalev , Dr., M.D., Ph.D.
On: Aug 11, 2015
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Views: 801
Ingenia 3.0T high speed brain with dS Head 32ch coil
This Release 5.1.7 ExamCard for Ingenia 3.0T contains sequences for high speed brain imaging using the 32-channel dS Head coil.
MRIExamCard
By: MRI NetForum Team
On: Jul 07, 2015
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Views: 1558
High quality MR imaging in MS, stroke and brain tumor
Foundation Rothschild, Paris, France, a hospital specialized in head and neck care, exploits Ingenia 3.0T for imaging multiple sclerosis, stroke, and brain tumors.
MRIBest Practice
By: Savatovsky, Julien, M.D.
On: Jan 20, 2015
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Multiple sclerosis with acute optic neuritis
A 23-year-old female with left visual loss since 3 days and a past history of transient left facial paresthesias underwent MRI at Foundation Rothschild, Paris, France.
MRICase Study
By: Savatovsky, Julien, M.D.
On: Jan 20, 2015
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Views: 1115

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