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3.0T Wrist speed protocol – Palo Alto Medical Foundation, USA
The PAMF shoulder speed protocol has been optimized for 1 minute scanning. Each protocol of this release 2.6.3 ExamCard has equal or greater resolution to similar protocols acquired on a 1.5T scanner.
MRIExamCard
By: Goumas, Chris, M.D.
On: Feb 18, 2010
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Views: 2575
HFO Wrist - Desert Medical Imaging, Palm Springs
Orthopedic imaging protocols at DMI are set up to obtain a comprehensive joint examination in 25 minutes. The total number of scans is minimized by careful selection of orientations and contrasts. This allows 3 to 4:30 minutes per series to acquire high quality images using dedicated orthopedic coils.
MRIExamCard
By: Feller, John, M.D.
On: Jan 05, 2010
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Views: 5791
Orthopedic MRI protocols for Panorama HFO at DMI
This downloadable brochure includes protocol descriptions for the Panorama HFO release 2.6 scan protocols optimized by Dr. Feller, Desert Medical Imaging, Palm Springs, CA, USA. These orthopedic imaging protocols are set up to obtain a comprehensive joint examination in 25 minutes using dedicated orthopedic coils.
MRIBest Practice
By: van Meel, Marius
On: Jan 05, 2010
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Views: 5802
HFO Elbow - Desert Medical Imaging, Palm Springs
Orthopedic imaging protocols at DMI are set up to obtain a comprehensive joint examination in 25 minutes. The total number of scans is minimized by careful selection of orientations and contrasts. This allows 3 to 4:30 minutes per series to acquire high quality images using dedicated orthopedic coils.
MRIExamCard
By: Feller, John, M.D.
On: Jan 05, 2010
Rating:
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Views: 5785
HFO High resolution finger
This release 2.1.3 Panorama HFO ExamCard is created for high resolution finger imaging using the ST SENSE Wrist coil.
MRIExamCard
By: Sakari, Päivi
On: Jul 16, 2009
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Views: 3997
HFO Wrist with the ST Knee coil
This release 2.5 ExamCard is created to provide a collection of protocols using the ST Knee coil for wrist imaging on the Panorama HFO system.
MRIExamCard
By: Sakari, Päivi
On: Nov 21, 2008
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Views: 1537
PAMF employs Achieva 3.0T for high resolution MSK
Palo Alto Medical Clinic Sports Medicine Center employs small field of view and large matrix to obtain high resolution musculoskeletal images.
MRIBest Practice
By: Goumas, Chris, M.D.
On: Jun 15, 2008
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Views: 4995
SENSE Wrist 8 coil training
This online course provides training for using the SENSE Wrist 8 coil. It includes coil description, patient positioning and coil selection.
MRICoils
By: van den Heuvel, Martina
On: Dec 04, 2007
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Views: 627
MidMichigan thriving with Panorama HFO and Achieva 3.0T X-series
MidMichigan decided to take advantage of what Philips calls a "4 Tesla" configuration, a Panorama High Field Open (HFO, 1.0T) system plus an Achieva 3.0T X-series scanner, enabling both patient-friendly, open high field scanning and the SNR to perform high resolution and advanced applications.
MRIBest Practice
By: Ferrier, Jim, Mr.
On: Aug 13, 2007
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Views: 2664
Dedicated SENSE coils and SENSE Flex coils for joint imaging
Dedicated SENSE coils are designed for high SNR and easy patient preparation. Flexible SENSE Flex coils can be placed very close to anatomy of interest for maximum SNR. This application tip focuses on the use in joint imaging.
MRIApplication Tip
By: Jong, J.W.
On: Nov 17, 2006
Rating:
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Views: 9694
Memorial Hospital, Belleville finds Philips 3.0T system a perfect fit
Community-based hospitals are increasingly acquiring 3.0T systems in recognition of advanced clinical capabilities, immediate clinical practicality and competitive value. Clinicians at Memorial Hospital have found that their Philips 3.0T fulfills all these criteria.
MRIBest Practice
By: Harris, Alan, Dr., M.D.
On: Nov 10, 2006
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Views: 3029
High Field MR in Private Practice
Presentation by Wolfgang Drahanowsky, MD (Urania Diagnostic Center, Vienna, Austria) during the CT/MR Symposium at ECR 2006 in Vienna, Austria. 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: Drahanowsky, Wolfgang, M.D.
On: Sep 11, 2006
Rating:
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Views: 2384
A Renaissance in Orthopedic scanning
After listening to many requirements, the Applications and Clinical Science teams have redefined old scanning methods and created new ones to give optimal image quality for Orthopedic imaging.
MRIClinical News
By: Jones, Alun
On: Aug 09, 2006
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Views: 2200
NEWisconsin MRI Center finds 1.0T open niche
Neurologist Stephen Somerville, NEWisconsin MRI Center, found his niche: large and/or claustrophobic patients. Panorama's openness makes it incomparable for these patients, while the 1.0T vertical field strength also affords high quality examinations.
MRIBest Practice
By: Somerville, Stephen, M.D.
On: Jul 20, 2006
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Views: 2401
Upgrading keeps MR systems state-of-the-art
Five of Rodiag’s nine Philips MRI systems are at least eight years old. However, frequent upgrades have continuously brought them to up to date, making their performance virtually indistinguishable from brand new systems.
Business News
By: Wentz, Klaus-Ulrich, Prof.
On: Apr 24, 2006
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Views: 3609
Solenoid Technology RF coils in Panorama 1.0T
RF coils using Solenoid Technology (ST) afford better signal-to-noise ratio, patient comfort and anatomical coverage in a vertical magnetic field – such as in the Panorama 1.0T system – than traditional surface coils operating in the horizontal fields of cylindrical higher field systems.
MRIWhite Paper
By: Gijsbers, Ellen
On: Apr 20, 2006
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Views: 15626
3.0T Wrist - Mayne Clinical Research Imaging Centre
Examination of the wrist including T1-weighted, T2-weighted, fat suppression and PD-weighted techniques. The SENSE Wrist coil is used.
MRIExamCard
By: Hughes, Kathleen
On: Feb 03, 2006
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Views: 1998
Cologne enjoys Panorama 1.0T advantages
In June 2005, the University of Cologne (Germany) became the first European Panorama 1.0T installation. Dr. Axel Gossmann gives a comprehensive appraisal of Panorama 1.0T, touching on its major strengths.
MRIBest Practice
By: Gossmann, Axel, M.D.
On: Nov 25, 2005
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Views: 1957
Panorama 1.0T
Presentation by Dr. Axel Goßmann (University of Cologne, Department of Radiology , Germany) during the IACSM 2005 at the Catharina Hospital, Eindhoven, The Netherlands. 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: Gossmann, Axel, M.D.
On: Oct 07, 2005
Rating:
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Views: 3824
Spacer for SENSE Flex coils
This document will give instructions on how to use the spacer.

Links to related documents are provided at the end of this document.
MRIApplication Tip
By: Teitsma-Zoer, Loretta
On: Nov 25, 2004
Rating:
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Views: 3574
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