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12 results with dS HeadNeckSpine coil tag
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Spinal vascular malformation on Ingenia 3.0T
A patient with spinal vascular malformation underwent an MRI exam on the Ingenia 3.0T at AZ St.-Jan in Bruges, Belgium.
MRICase Study
By: Casselman, Jan, M.D., Ph.D.
On: May 09, 2014
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Views: 320
3.0T MRI of hernia patient with tiltable dS HeadNeckSpine coil
This patient with hernia in cervical spine could be succesfully imaged on the Ingenia 3.0T using the tiltable dS HeadNeckSpine coil. The exam was performed at AZ St.-Jan in Bruges, Belgium.
MRICase Study
By: Casselman, Jan, M.D., Ph.D.
On: May 09, 2014
Rating:
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Views: 787
High performance 3.0T spine imaging with Ingenia
AZ St.-Jan Brugge-Oostende AV (Belgium) is moving all its spine MRI to 3.0T. With Ingenia’s dStream architecture for digitized high performance, efficient workflow and excellent image quality, 3.0T spine imaging is no longer a challenge.
MRIBest Practice
By: Casselman, Jan, M.D., Ph.D.
On: May 09, 2014
Rating:
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Views: 635
Ingenia 3.0T C-spine - Qscan Radiology Clinics, Australia
This R4.1.3 ExamCard is used for degenerative changes in the C-spine. Sensitized flow compensation is used in standard T1 spine imaging. An optimized refocusing angle allows high contrast between spinal cord and dark CSF.
MRIExamCard
By: Kennedy, Ben, M.Sc.
On: Jan 14, 2014
Rating:
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Views: 4267
Ingenia 1.5T Cervical spine - UMC Utrecht
This release 4.1.1 ExamCard is for diagnostic imaging of the cervical spine on Ingenia 1.5T using the dS HeadNeckSpine coil.
MRIExamCard
By: Blanken, Niels
On: Jul 09, 2013
Rating:
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Views: 2054
Post-surgery MR imaging of cervical spine
This case describes the MRI exam of a 51-year-old male after resection of of lipomatous ependynoma. The exam was performed on Ingenia 1.5T at UMC Utrecht.
MRICase Study
By: Blanken, Niels
On: Jul 09, 2013
Rating:
(1)
Views: 2522
Ingenia 1.5T MS brain - OHSU, Portland
This release 4 ExamCard is used for patients with Multiple Sclerosis.
MRIExamCard
By: Pollock, Jeffrey, M.D.
On: Sep 19, 2012
Rating:
(2)
Views: 3037
Ingenia 1.5T brain tumor follow-up - OHSU, Portland
This release 4 ExamCard is used for patients with a history of brain tumor as a follow-up exam.
MRIExamCard
By: Pollock, Jeffrey, M.D.
On: Sep 19, 2012
Rating:
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Views: 2788
Ingenia 1.5T MS cervical spine - OHSU, Portland
This release 4 ExamCard is used for patients with a history of neck pain, tumor or infection.
MRIExamCard
By: Pollock, Jeffrey, M.D.
On: Sep 19, 2012
Rating:
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Views: 2777
Spine imaging of challenging patients using Ingenia
Ingenia makes it easy to scan challenging patients, especially in the clinical area of the spine by using the tilted dS HeadNeckSpine coil solution and fast scanning.
MRIApplication Tip
By: van Loon, Lars, R.T.
On: May 15, 2012
Rating:
(4)
Views: 13179
Musculoskeletal MR imaging on Ingenia
Ingenia builds on the high standard of musculoskeletal imaging of the Achieva platform. Ingenia has a complete MSK coil set available and comes with new possibilities. The Ingenia coils have with short cabling and easy connection on the table.
MRIClinical News
By: MRI NetForum Team
On: Nov 29, 2011
Rating:
(3)
Views: 3139
Tips for fast and easy acute brain imaging on Ingenia system
The Ingenia MR scanner is designed for image clarity and simplified, fast workflow – just what is needed in acute brain exams. When patients can’t lie still for long and results are urgently needed, patient comfort should be optimized, scans should be fast and robust, and image quality needs to be consistent.
MRIApplication Tip
By: Nijenhuis, Marco
On: Nov 28, 2010
Rating:
(4)
Views: 5010

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