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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
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Ingenia 1.5T S Brain with Zoom Diffusion - Kantonsspital Winterthur
This Release 5.3 Ingenia 1.5T S ExamCard contains multiple sequences for brain imaging, including 3D VIEW imaging for T2w FLAIR and T1w TFE, susceptibility weighted imaging (SWIp), motion reduction T2w imaging (MultiVane XD) and Zoom Diffusion imaging.
MRIExamCard
By: Patzwahl, Rene, M.D.
On: Aug 15, 2017
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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
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Research collaboration on SWIp for neuro imaging
In this movie Professor T. Yoneda from Kumamotu University, Japan, explains the benefits of SWIp for neuro imaging.
MRIClinical News
By: MRI NetForum Team
On: May 23, 2017
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Use of SWIp in head trauma and brain imaging
Hennepin County Medical Center is a major level 1 trauma center in Minnesota and sees many patients with head trauma. HCMC was among the first facilities to implement SWIp, which they use in all trauma cases, and in nearly all MR scans of the brain. Dr Truwit explains more in this movie.
MRIBest Practice
By: MRI NetForum Team
On: Feb 14, 2017
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Enhancing susceptibility weighted imaging through collaborative research
Kumamoto University Hospital, Japan, contributed to the development of Philips susceptibility weighted imaging technology.
MRIClinical News
By: Yoneda, Tetsuta
On: Dec 01, 2015
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Ingenia 3.0T Pediatric traumatic brain injury - Phoenix Children's Hospital
This Ingenia 3.0T Release 5ExamCard was created for imaging traumatic brain injury in children. It includes a high resolution SWIp sequence to visualize even small collections of deoxygenated blood.
MRIExamCard
By: Miller, Jeffrey, M.D.
On: Sep 25, 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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Fast susceptibility weighted imaging with premium image quality
Susceptibility weighted imaging (SWI) enhances contrast between tissues with susceptibility differences. The Philips SWIp method for susceptibility weighted imaging provides exquisite contrast and resolution in short scan times.
MRIWhite Paper
By: MRI NetForum Team
On: Apr 10, 2014
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