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6 results with Brain Perfusion tag
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Liege hospital studying pCASL for brain perfusion without contrast
pCASL is an arterial spin labeling MR technique showing high SNR and good sensitivity to whole brain perfusion.
MRIBest Practice
By: Reginster, Pierre, M.D.
On: Oct 08, 2013
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Using MRI with pCASL for brain perfusion imaging
CHC Saint Joseph Hospital (Liege, Belgium) has applied pCASL non-contrast brain perfusion in a patient with right frontal glioblastoma and a patient with left frontal metastasis.
MRICase Study
By: Reginster, Pierre, M.D.
On: Oct 08, 2013
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Brain perfusion CT for acute stroke using a 256-slice CT
This study by Dorn, et al., compares a 256-slice CT with a simulated standard CT for brain CT perfusion.
CTPublication
By: Philips CT Clinical Science
On: Nov 14, 2011
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Diagnostic threshold values of cerebral perfusion measured with CT for delayed cerebral ischemia
This study by Dankbaar, et al., analyzes the threshold values of CT perfusion for use in detection of DCI in patients with subarachnoid hemorrhage.
CTPublication
By: Philips CT Clinical Science
On: Oct 27, 2010
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Views: 1904
Uncompromised value
This business news story shares how Philips Diamond Select refurbished equipment has helped Milford Regional Medical Center advance its multislice CT capability.
Business News
By: Philips CT Marketing
On: Aug 14, 2010
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Views: 8778
64 detector row CT in neuroradiology: Do we benefit?
This abstract from Dr. Christian Riedel (UKS-H, Campus Kiel) summarizes his belief that CT scanning with 64 detector rows has widened the application spectrum in the field of neuroradiology and shifted focus from conventional NCCT to dynamical vascular imaging.
CTAbstract
By: Philips CT Clinical Science
On: Aug 03, 2010
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Views: 2390

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