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MRI of patient with adenocarcinoma in prostate
A patient suspected to have a mass in the prostate underwent an MRI examination on Achieva 1.5T. The exam protocol was closely similar to the PI-RADS V2 guidelines.
MRICase Study
By: Scappatura, Giuseppe
On: May 09, 2017
Rating:
(4)
Views: 51859
Tips for body diffusion weighted imaging (DWI)
This document discusses optimizing body DWI protocols to include adjustments of b-value, fat suppression, distortion artifact control, and motion compensation techniques.
MRIApplication Tip
By: Worthington, Paul
On: Oct 05, 2010
Rating:
(13)
Views: 41658
Liver imaging beyond expectations with Ingenia
Ingenia users can perform liver imaging at higher SENSE factors than ever before in order to increase image quality and reduce examination times.
MRIApplication Tip
By: Penatzer, John, B.S.RT (R)(MR)
On: Jul 16, 2013
Rating:
(3)
Views: 5684
Ingenia 3.0T prostate with mDIXON TSE - DuPage Medical Group
This ExamCard is created for MRI of the prostate in feet first position with the dS Torso coil solution. The ExamCard includes T2W, T1W, DWI, mDIXON TSE and spectroscopy sequences.
MRIExamCard
By: Duffy, Patrick, RT (R)(MR)
On: Mar 24, 2015
Rating:
(2)
Views: 5593
Ingenia 3.0T Pancreas with small FOV DWI
This Release 4.1 ExamCard is created for scanning the pancreas with a small FOV on Ingenia 3.0T. It includes DWI, T2W TSE with fat suppression and mDIXON.
MRIExamCard
By: Takemura, Atsushi
On: Oct 01, 2013
Rating:
(1)
Views: 5147
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
Rating:
(2)
Views: 5093
Ingenia 3.0T advanced liver - Tokai University Hospital
Advanced liver ExamCard from Tokai University Hospital in Japan including mDIXON and diffusion.
MRIExamCard
By: Imai, Yutaka, M.D., Ph.D.
On: Aug 20, 2012
Rating:
(0)
Views: 4691
Ingenia 3.0T enhances head and neck imaging at Leuven
Ingenia’s high SNR and homogeneity are boosting the diagnostic quality of head and neck MRI exams at University Hospitals Leuven.
MRIBest Practice
By: Vandecaveye, Vincent, M.D., Ph.D.
On: Nov 05, 2013
Rating:
(0)
Views: 4298
1.5T Body diffusion weighted imaging using SENSE - Japan
This release 1.5.1 ExamCard was designed to compare the different diffusion parameters.
MRIExamCard
By: MATSUMOTO, MITSUYO
On: Dec 13, 2007
Rating:
(0)
Views: 4183
Ingenia 1.5T Brain Routine
This Ingenia 1.5T Release 4.1.3 ExamCard is created for scanning a general brain examination including DWI and non-CE MRA of the COW.
MRIExamCard
By: MRI NetForum Team
On: Aug 20, 2013
Rating:
(2)
Views: 4175
Ingenia 1.5T Liver overview including MultiVane
This Ingenia 1.5T Release 4.1.3 ExamCard is created for scanning the liver. It includes mDIXON, DWI with 4 b-values, T2W SPAIR and T2W TSE with navigator and MultiVane.
MRIExamCard
By: MRI NetForum Team
On: Nov 12, 2013
Rating:
(0)
Views: 4124
Multi-parametric MR of the prostate
A 60-year-old male with elevated PSA and weak urinary stream underwent MRI on Ingenia 3.0T at DuPage Medical Group.The exam includes high resolution DWI and ADC mapping as well as dynamic imaging.
MRICase Study
By: Duffy, Patrick, RT (R)(MR)
On: Apr 28, 2015
Rating:
(0)
Views: 4013
Ingenia 3.0T Brain with additional coronal scans - Qscan
This ExamCard is for scanning with the 32-channel dS Head coil. It includes several high resolution coronal sequences with different contrast types for visualizing small lesions, as is typically used in patients with epilepsy.
MRIExamCard
By: Kennedy, Ben, M.Sc.
On: Feb 04, 2014
Rating:
(0)
Views: 3929
MR enterography of IBD patient on Achieva 1.5T
A patient with Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) presented at the University of Michigan Health System for an MRI examination of the bowel on Achieva 1.5T.
MRICase Study
By: Al-Hawary, Mahmoud, M.D.
On: Dec 17, 2013
Rating:
(0)
Views: 3722
Ingenia 3.0T Liver with arms up - Lyon South Hospital
This ExamCard is used for scanning the liver on an Ingenia 3.0T with arms up position. Higher SENSE factors can be used which results in shorter scan times.
MRIExamCard
By: Valette, Pierre-Jean, Prof., M.D.
On: Nov 29, 2013
Rating:
(1)
Views: 3661
Tips for body diffusion weighted imaging (DWI)
These application tips for users of Release 5 and later software discuss tailoring of body DWI protocols to include b-value, fat suppression, distortion artifact control, motion compensation and ADC map calculation.
MRIApplication Tip
By: Worthington, Paul, BS, RT(R)(MR) MRSO
On: Jan 29, 2019
Rating:
(3)
Views: 3188
MRI of patient with fever of unknown origin
A 62-year-old male patient with fever of unknown origin and a normal appearance on CT was referred to MRI at Kawasaki Sawai Hospital, Japan. He was scanned on Ingenia 1.5T using a whole body oncology ExamCard that includes coronal DWIBS.
MRICase Study
By: Nobusawa, Hiroshi, M.D., Ph.D.
On: May 02, 2017
Rating:
(1)
Views: 3176
Head-neck primary tumor visualization and staging
Patient with right-sided glottis cancer showed cystic metastatic adenopathy in right neck (level II). As this is an unusual presentation for glottic cancer, the patient was referred to MRI at University Hospitals Leuven.
MRICase Study
By: Vandecaveye, Vincent, M.D., Ph.D.
On: Nov 05, 2013
Rating:
(1)
Views: 2744
Ingenia 3.0T meets great expectations in body imaging
Clinicians at Seirei Mikatahara General Hospital are impressed with the large coverage and excellent DWI on its Ingenia 3.0T.
MRIBest Practice
By: Takahashi, Mamoru, M.D.
On: May 01, 2013
Rating:
(0)
Views: 2731
Distortion-free diffusion imaging with TSE
Diffusion TSE provides high quality DWI in challenging areas such as the skull base, the inner ear and the head/neck area. As TSE sequences are inherently less sensitive to susceptibility differences, TSE-based diffusion can be a good alternative for these areas.
MRIWhite Paper
By: van de Ven, Kim, Ph.D.
On: Oct 28, 2014
Rating:
(0)
Views: 2663
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