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1.5T Pediatric Cardiac: ASD and PAPVR (children, 8-30 kg)
ExamCard for sedated children of 8-30 kg (<6-7 years), using SENSE Cardiac coil. Purpose of the ExamCard is to view possible atypical septal defects such as sinus venosus defect with or without partial anomalous pulmonary venous return - Morphology and shunt quantification. All scans are adapted for high (100 beats/min) cardiac frequencies.
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By: Beerbaum, Philipp, Dr.
On: Jan 18, 2006
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1.5T Pediatric Cardiac: Coarctation (children 8-30 kg)
ExamCard for sedated children of 8-30 kg (<6-7 years), using SENSE Cardiac coil. Purpose of the ExamCard is to assess aortic arch and isthmus, including high resolution imaging of vessel wall, viewing of possible collateral arteries and persistent ductus if present. All scans are adapted for high (100 beats/min) cardiac frequencies.
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By: Beerbaum, Philipp, Dr.
On: Jan 18, 2006
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1.5T Pediatric Cardiac: Vascular rings (children 8-30 kg)
ExamCard for sedated children of 8-30 kg (<6-7 years), using SENSE Cardiac coil. Purpose of the ExamCard is to assess the presence of possible vascular rings. All scans are adapted for high (100 beats/min) cardiac frequencies.
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By: Beerbaum, Philipp, Dr.
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