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4 results with 32ch dS Head coil tag
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SWIp in child with traumatic brain injury
A 10-year-old girl was thrown from a horse. She underwent MRI examination on Ingenia 3.0T at Phoenix Children’s Hospital, Phoenix, USA.
MRICase Study
By: Miller, Jeffrey, M.D.
On: Jan 13, 2015
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Brain MRI benefits from robustness and high image detail
Qscan Radiology Clinic uses 32-channel dS Head coil for all its Ingenia 3.0T neurological work because of its robustness, image quality and exceptional spatial resolution that even reveals detail within small structures.
MRIBest Practice
By: Kennedy, Ben, M.Sc.
On: Jun 03, 2014
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Follow-up exam of Multiple Sclerosis with Ingenia 3.0T
At Qscan Radiology Clinics, Queensland, Australia, Ingenia 3.0T with with 32-channel dS Head coil was used for an MRI follow up examination of a 60-year-old male with a history of Multiple Sclerosis (MS).
MRICase Study
By: Kennedy, Ben, M.Sc.
On: Jun 03, 2014
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High resolution MRI of amyloid angiopathy on Ingenia 3.0T
At Qscan Radiology Clinics, Queensland, Australia, an 76-year-old male with history of amyloid angiopathy was imaged on Ingenia 3.0T with 32-channel dS Head coil. This enhances visualizing of the subtle anatomy of brain parenchyma, fibers and fine vascular structures.
MRICase Study
By: Kennedy, Ben, M.Sc.
On: Jun 03, 2014
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