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Ingenia 3.0T CX Cervical spine with Compressed SENSE - KNC
Koyasu Neurosurgical Clinic uses Compressed SENSE in their cervical spine protocol to shorten the total scanning of the ExamCard and keep virtually the same image quality.
MRIExamCard
By: Shiba, Katsuhiro, R.T.
On: Aug 21, 2018
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Prodiva 1.5T Lumbar spine overview - Radiologie Schiffer
This Release 5.3 Prodiva 1.5T ExamCard contains sequences for lumbar spine imaging with the dS NeuroVascularSpine coil.
MRIExamCard
By: Schiffer, Silvia, M.D.
On: Nov 28, 2017
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Views: 276
Ingenia 3.0T Lumbar spine - AZ St.-Jan, Brugge, Belgium
This ExamCard contains sagittal, transverse and radial scans of different weightings for lumbar spine imaging with thin slices, high spatial and contrast resolution.
MRIExamCard
By: Casselman, Jan, M.D., Ph.D.
On: Aug 30, 2016
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Ingenia 1.5T provides impressive workflow benefits at Nemoscan
Dr. Jean-Marc Teissier from Nimes, France, has been working with an Ingenia 1.5T and considers that the number of patients that can be examined with this MRI is high. In addition to that, he says that the quality of the obtained images is very good.
MRIBest Practice
By: Teissier, Jean-Marc, M.D.
On: Apr 17, 2012
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Views: 1758
Ingenia 3.0T Lumbar spine in obese patient - Trier
This release 4.1 Ingenia 3.0T ExamCard has been created for lumbar spine examinations of obese patients.
MRIExamCard
By: Busch, Hans-Peter, M.D.
On: Apr 12, 2012
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Lumbar spine of obese patient on Ingenia 3.0T
32-year-old male patient with heavy back pain, 180 kg, 163 cm size was imaged on Ingenia 3.0T because of suspicion of a disc herniation with nerve root compression or a tumor. CT was done before, but the quality was not sufficient for diagnosis.
MRICase Study
By: Busch, Hans-Peter, M.D.
On: Apr 12, 2012
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Views: 3031

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