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Robert Macauley
MBA, ARRT. R,QM,CT,MR
   Member since: 03/20/07

Enterprise: Scottsdale Healthcare Thompson Peak
Scottsdale, USA

Institution Type: Hospital

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Clinical Specialty: General MRI
 

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Imaging brain/carotids of very large patient
If a patient is too wide to fit in the bore for brain MRI in the conventional way, a solution may be to place the patient's arms above the head and use the SENSE Flex L coil.
MRIApplication Tip
By: Macauley, Robert, MBA, ARRT. R,QM,CT,MR
On: Jul 09, 2009
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1.5T Non-CE renal/mesenteric MRA - Scottsdale Healthcare
This release 2.6 ExamCard enables visualization of renal and mesenteric arteries without contrast agent, which can be valuable on patients with contraindications for contrast agents.
MRIExamCard
By: Macauley, Robert, MBA, ARRT. R,QM,CT,MR
On: Jan 07, 2009
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1.5T Full length humerus with dual coils - Scottsdale Healthcare
For MRI of the full length humerus we found using the dual coil setup with SENSE Flex L and Flex M coils in line provides high quality imaging, either with the arm extended above the head in 'superman position' or positioned at the patient's side. The ExamCard is for Achieva 1.5T release 2.5.
MRIExamCard
By: Macauley, Robert, MBA, ARRT. R,QM,CT,MR
On: Nov 07, 2008
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