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Shahid Hussain
M.D., Ph.D.
   Member since: 04/05/06

Enterprise: University of Nebraska Medical Center
Omaha, USA

Institution Type: Academic Center

Apr 5, 2006

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Clinical Specialty: Body
Scientific Publications: Hussain, Shahid
Liver MRI: Correlation with Other Modalities and Histopathology
Springer-Verlag, Berlin Heidelberg 2007.

Hussain, S, Perkins, T
Preliminary Clinical Experience with a Multiecho 2-Point DIXON (mDIXON) Sequence at 3T as an Efficient Alternative for Both the SAR-Intensive Acquired In- And Out-Of-Phase Chemical Shift Imaging as Well as for 3D Fat-Suppressed T1-Weighted Sequences Used for Dynamic Gadolinium-enhanced Imaging,
ISMRM 2010

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mDIXON is developed to simplify and accelerate liver MRI
The mDIXON sequence is developed to provide four image types in one breath hold: water and fat images, as well as in-phase and opposed-phase images.
MRIWhite Paper
By: Hussain, Shahid, Prof., M.D., Ph.D.
On: Jun 23, 2011
Views: 12037
1.5T R12 Dynamic Liver - University of Nebraska Medical Center
This Release 12 Intera 1.5T ExamCard provides routine dynamic liver currently used at the University of Nebraska Medical Center. This ExamCard is designed for use with the 4 channel SENSE Body coil and incorporates a modified THRIVE sequence that provides image quality similar to e-THRIVE implementation.
By: Hussain, Shahid, Prof., M.D., Ph.D.
On: Aug 17, 2010
Views: 5230

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