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1.5T Non-CE Subtraction MRA - Hyogo Brain and Heart Center
Non-contrast enhanced MRA technique for depiction of the arteries. The technique uses the signal difference in the arteries between systole and diastole for acquisition of the arteries only. ECG triggering is used to time the sequence.
MRIExamCard
By: Ishii, Kazunari
On: Apr 12, 2007
Rating:
(1)
Views: 5247
1.5T Hi-res MRA of aorta using navigator for MotionTrak - Japan
The purpose of this ExamCard is to improve the resolution of MRA examinations of the thoracic aorta using the navigator to track motion.
MRIExamCard
By: MATSUMOTO, MITSUYO
On: Dec 06, 2007
Rating:
(2)
Views: 8233
1.5T Multistack head/neck MRA - Japan
The purpose of this ExamCard is to use multistacks to acquire high spatial resolution images, together with a high temporal resolution, for both the brain and neck regions of an MRA examination using MobiFlex.
MRIExamCard
By: MATSUMOTO, MITSUYO
On: Dec 13, 2007
Rating:
(5)
Views: 6211
1.5T Lower extremity Venography with B-TFE - Japan
The purpose of this ExamCard is to improve the visualization of superficial veins in MR Venography (MRV) examinations. Sequences using the Balanced technique are usually used in combination with non-intravenous contrast MRA and MRV. This enables more flexability in setting scan parameters e.g shot interval, together with MobiFlex.
MRIExamCard
By: MATSUMOTO, MITSUYO
On: Dec 06, 2007
Rating:
(7)
Views: 11057
ASL study of carotid stenosis
A 75-year-old male patient with right carotid stenosis without symptoms underwent an MRI examination including ASL before and after carotid artery stenting at Tokyo Metropolitan Police Hospital.
MRICase Study
By: Kawauchi, Nobuo, M.D.
On: Jan 14, 2010
Rating:
(6)
Views: 2695
Diffusion Weighted Body Imaging
Presentation by Dr. Taro Takahara (Tokai University, Tokai, Japan) during the ISMRM 2005 at Miami Beach, Florida. This online Web Seminar guides you through the full presentation or you can go directly to specific parts with the help of a menu.
MRIWeb Seminar
By: Takahara, Taro, M.D., Ph.D.
On: Oct 11, 2005
Rating:
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Views: 4494
1.5T DWIBS - Tokai University
DWIBS (Diffusion weighted Whole body Imaging with Background body signal Suppression) is a method for diffusion-weighted imaging using free breathing, STIR and high resolution 3D display.
MRIExamCard
By: Takahara, Taro, M.D., Ph.D.
On: Oct 14, 2005
Rating:
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Views: 6408
Tokai University develops DWI for total body imaging
The free-breathing DWIBS method enables high SNR and large coverage. DWIBS is an acronym for Diffusion weighted Whole body Imaging with Background body signal Suppression.
MRIBest Practice
By: Takahara, Taro, M.D., Ph.D.
On: Nov 25, 2005
Rating:
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Views: 6186
1.5T Liver, dynamic - Kumamoto Chuo Hospital
This ExamCard for liver imaging includes a DWIBS scan, DWI scans, dynamic scan and a post-contrast THRIVE.
MRIExamCard
By: Katahira, Kazuhiro, M.D.
On: Sep 26, 2006
Rating:
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Views: 4670
Kumamoto Chuo Hospital uses whole body diffusion method DWIBS
Dr. Katahira uses DWIBS either as a local or whole-body imaging tool to evaluate patients with malignancies in a variety of regions, including prostate, liver and bladder.
MRIBest Practice
By: Katahira, Kazuhiro, M.D.
On: Sep 26, 2006
Rating:
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Views: 2265
1.5T Body diffusion weighted imaging using SENSE - Japan
This release 1.5.1 ExamCard was designed to compare the different diffusion parameters.
MRIExamCard
By: MATSUMOTO, MITSUYO
On: Dec 13, 2007
Rating:
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Views: 4235
MultiTransmit technology advances 3.0T imaging at Tokai University
Tokai University School of Medicine reports significant benefits for image quality and exam speed on the Achieva 3.0T TX with MultiTransmit.
MRIBest Practice
By: Imai, Yutaka, M.D., Ph.D.
On: Oct 15, 2010
Rating:
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Views: 3662
MultiTransmit and Body Imaging
In this presentation, Prof. Yutaka Imai, MD, PhD, Tokai University School of Medicine, describes his experiences with MultiTransmit in body imaging. The presentation was given at RSNA 2009 in Chicago, USA.
MRIWeb Seminar
By: Imai, Yutaka, M.D., Ph.D.
On: Oct 15, 2010
Rating:
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Views: 1539
Excellent results after first Conversion to Achieva in Japan
Keiyu-Kai Sapporo Hospital (Hokkaido, Japan) was the first to choose a smart way to get an Achieva by taking advantage of Philips’ attractive new Conversion to Achieva program that avoids magnet exchange.
MRIBest Practice
By: Kanegae, Kakuko, M.D.
On: Jan 14, 2011
Rating:
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Views: 3751
Prosthetic valve dysfunction in repaired tetralogy of Fallot
This publication by Yamasaki, et al., finds that CT is clinically useful for evaluating prosthetic valve dysfunction.
CTPET/CTPublication
By: Philips CT Clinical Science
On: Sep 16, 2015
Rating:
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Views: 732
Prognostic value of aortic root calcification volume on clinical outcomes after transcatheter aortic valve implantation
This article by Watanabe, et al., evaluate the impact of aortic root calcification volume on clinical outcome after TAVI with the balloon-expandable Edwards Sapien XT valve.
CTPublication
By: Philips CT Clinical Science
On: Jan 25, 2017
Rating:
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Views: 346

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