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Rusell Low

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Diffusion-weighted imaging highlights abdominal pathology
For certain body MRI applications, whole-body DWI aids in the detection of pathology that may be virtually invisible on T1-,T2- and contrast-enhanced images, according to Dr. Low at Sharp and Children's MRI Center, San Diego.
MRIBest Practice
By: Low, Rusell
On: Nov 24, 2006
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1.5T Abdomen with DWI - Sharp and Children's MRI Center
This ExamCard is used for all standard scans of the abdomen including scans of the liver and pancreas. The 16-channel SENSE XL Torso coil is used.
MRIExamCard
By: Low, Rusell
On: Nov 24, 2006
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1.5T Abdomen/pelvis with DWI - Sharp and Children's MRI Center
This ExamCard is used for all standard combined abdomen and pelvis examnination. The 16-channel SENSE XL Torso coil is used.
MRIExamCard
By: Low, Rusell
On: Nov 24, 2006
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Abdominal CE-MRI protocol helps detect very small lesions
Russell Low, M.D., Sharp and Children's MRI Center (San Diego, Calif.) has used Intera 1.5T and a protocol featuring 3D THRIVE and high resolution T1-WATS to obtain exceptional visualization of even miniscule peritoneal implants.
MRIBest Practice
By: Low, Rusell
On: Nov 26, 2004
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