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Kim van de Ven
   Member since: 07/10/12

Enterprise: Philips Healthcare

Jul 10, 2012

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Ingenia 3.0T Neuro-Oncology - Dent Neurologic Institute
Thanks to scan time reduction of structural sequences with Compressed SENSE, this multiparametric neuro-oncology ExamCard for brain imaging includes 3D FLAIR, 3D APT, DSC perfusion and pCASL and still can be scanned in under 30 minutes.
By: Pinter, Nandor, M.D.
On: Aug 23, 2019
Views: 470
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
Views: 2771
MultiVane XD - motion-free MR imaging
MultiVane XD provides robust motion correction. It can be combined with dS SENSE for a high speed exam. In MultiVane, data are collected in concentric rectangular blades rotated around the k-space origin.
MRIWhite Paper
By: van de Ven, Kim, Ph.D.
On: Oct 17, 2014
Views: 6571
pCASL for highly sensitive non-contrast brain perfusion
pCASL (Pseudo-Continuous Arterial Spin Labeling) is designed to provide high performance brain perfusion imaging at 1.5T and 3.0T without using contrast agent.
MRIWhite Paper
By: van de Ven, Kim, Ph.D.
On: Oct 08, 2013
Views: 8985

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