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Ingenia Ambition 1.5T X Female pelvis - Spital Uster, Switzerland
This Release 5.5 ExamCard for Ingenia Ambition 1.5T X contains a comprehensive set of sequences for female pelvis imaging. Included are motion reduction techniques like MultiVane XD and 3D VANE XD. Also included are mDIXON XD techniques to improve fat-free imaging performance.
By: Juli, Christoph, Dr. med
On: Sep 21, 2018
Views: 470
Ingenia 1.5T Female pelvis with myoma (Compressed SENSE) - Kurashiki
This Release 5.4 Ingenia 1.5T ExamCard contains a broad set of sequences for imaging the female pelvis in a patient with myoma. Compressed SENSE is used to speed up the entire exam.
By: Nakada, Kazuaki, R.T.
On: Apr 16, 2018
Views: 984
Ingenia MR-guided brachytherapy cervix - AUH
Aarhus University Hospital uses 3D MRI-guided brachytherapy in their cervical cancer radiation treatment according to the GEC-ESTRO recommendations. These ExamCards are used for the (pre) brachytherapy MRI scans with the applicator in place.
By: Tanderup, Kari, Ph.D.
On: Jan 02, 2018
Views: 715

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