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MRI Spectroscopy Explanation
 
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**** For more information, please go to http://atlantichifu.com ***** The MRI-S machine shows the chemical composition of the prostate and cancer. The viewing is done through multi-voxel spectroscopy. The viewer shows each partition of the prostate and chemical mapping histogram. Choline, creatine, and citrate levels are displayed within the histogram.
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Prostate MRI (MRI-S) Patient Procedure
 
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**** For more information, please go to http://atlantichifu.com ***** The MRI-S procedure is non-invasive and takes 15-20 minutes to do. Spectroscopy or the -S, examines the chemical make-up of the prostate which identifies suspicious areas for prostate cancer.
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What is Spectroscopy?
 
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Spectroscopy or the -S, examines the chemical make-up of the prostate which identifies suspicious areas for prostate cancer. We look at a chemical choline and citrate to show specific patterns of abnormality with prostate cancer.
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Imaging of penile lesions Dr Tarek El-Diasty
 
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Imaging of penile lesions Dr Tarek El-Diasty
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How to Improve Prostate Biopsies with MRI
 
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**** For more information, please go to http://atlantichifu.com ***** MRI utilizes a powerful 3.0 magnetic field, radio waves, and computer programing to produce the most detailed images available to differentiate between abnormal (diseased) tissue from normal healthy tissue. MRI does NOT use ionizing radiation. Spectroscopy or the -S, examines the chemical make-up of the prostate which identifies suspicious areas for prostate cancer. MRI-S is able to identify the difference between prostate cancer and other benign conditions such as prostatitis and BPH.
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WHAT IS MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING (MRI)? | by Cancer Ed & Res Institute (CERI)
 
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MRI and Spectroscopy Explained
 
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Spectroscopy at MRI Scan Center
 
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The MRI Scan Center's 3T magnet is used with MR spectroscopy to detect the status of a brain tumor patient and avoid a biopsy.
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MRI Test
 
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Hyperpolarized Molecular Imaging Biomarkers and Prostate Cancer
 
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Hyperpolarized Molecular Imaging Biomarkers in a Novel Prostate Tissue Slice Culture Model. John Kurhanewicz, PhD, University of California, San Francisco. Dr. Kurhanewicz is a CDMRP-funded investigator supported by the DoD Prostate Cancer Research Program (PCRP).
Views: 513 CDMRP
Basics of Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy  MRS  D9
 
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Radiodiagnosis Plain X-ray Ultrasound Duplex ,CT ,MRI ,Isotope ,PET ,Nuclear imaging ,Elastography ,IVP intravenous pyelography ,Hysterosalpingography
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Prostate Cancer imaging using MRI
 
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Cinematography and production by Jason Johnson Dr. Shaheen Alanee, head of urologic oncology at SIU School of Medicine, explains the importance of using a magnetic resonance imaging to diagnose prostate cancer.
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Breast MRI (Nov 2013) - Dr Sahar Mansour (In Arabic)
 
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Breast MRI (Nov 2013) - Dr Sahar Mansour (In Arabic)
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Isabell Steinseifer: GOIA-WURST Prostate Spectroscopy
 
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An audioslide accompanying the Magnetic Resonance in Medicine Q&A with Isabell Steinseifer and Arend Heerschap: http://www.ismrm.org/qa-with-isabell-steinseifer-and-arend-herrschap/
Elevated PSA to Pre-MRI Patient Explanation
 
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**** For more information, please go to http://atlantichifu.com ***** Dr. Narayan explains the elevated PSA, the biopsy and how it relates to the MRI / MRI-S procedure.
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Prostate MRI
 
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This video clip is part of a one hour online certified lecture for radiologists available at www.icpme.us sponsored by an educational grant from iCAD. This video clip describes prostate MRI technique including sequences required for a multiparametric approach to prostate imaging. Activity Title: Prostate MRI Case Review Faculty: Mukesh G. Harisinghani, MD Available credit: 1.0 hour AMA PRA Available at: http://courses.icpme.us/class_learn?course=208
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Role of multiparametric MR imaging in cancer prostate
 
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1st annual MRI conference Radiology department Ain shams university
What is MRI-S? Doctor Narayan Speaks
 
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**** For more information, please go to http://atlantichifu.com ***** Dr. Narayan speaks about the MRI-S procedure. The MRI-S procedure is non-invasive and takes 15-20 minutes to do. Spectroscopy or the -S, examines the chemical make-up of the prostate which identifies suspicious areas for prostate cancer.
Views: 456 atlantichifu
MRI Prostate Imaging - Dr. Gene Berkovich
 
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Dr. Gene Berkovich discusses the current state of MRI imaging of the prostate. Dr. Berkovich is a partner of NRAD.
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Enabling more precise and individualized cancer treatment through biomarkers
 
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Sabrina Ronen, professor in the Department of Radiology Biomedical Imaging at UCSF, is focused on developing new, non-invasive imaging biomarker indicators that characterize tumors. Ronen and her team are developing bio-markers that enable them to confirm delivery of a drug to the tumor. Once the oncologist has this information s/he can determine how to treat the patient in a much more precise and personalized way, targeting the treatment to the individual tumor. In this manner, the Ronen lab addresses breast cancer, prostate cancer and the higher-grade aggressive glioblastoma brain tumors as well as lower-grade, somewhat less aggressive brain tumors. They are pushing the envelope to work toward improving patient outcomes. There is a persistent challenge of resources and funding for students and postdocs, as well as equipment in the lab. The team focuses on the science and on delivering the very best possible imaging to the patient in-trial and in-clinic. The translation of research to the clinic provides us the ultimate achievement of our goals. Profile: Sabrina M. Ronen, PhD, is a Professor in Residence in the Department of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging at the University of California, San Francisco. Dr. Ronen completed her BS in Chemistry and Biochemistry at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, Israel, received her MS in Chemistry from San Jose State University, and obtained her PhD in Chemical Physics from The Weizmann Institute of Science in Rehovot, Israel. She then trained as a postdoctoral fellow at the Institut Curie in Paris, France, and started her academic career at the Institute of Cancer Research in London, England. Dr. Ronen’s Laboratory focuses on developing and mechanistically validating robust non-invasive translatable magnetic resonance (MR)–based biomarkers that can be used to monitor oncogenic transformation and response to therapy. Dr. Ronen has ongoing research projects on monitoring PI3K signaling, detecting the mutational status of isocitrate dehydrogenase, probing the metabolism of brain tumors, and determining the metabolomic profile of pancreatic cancer. Expertise: Magnetic resonance spectroscopy (MRS), spectroscopic imaging (MRSI), imaging (MRI), metabolism, cancer, bioengineering Specialty: Preclinical cancer models Professional Interests: Magnetic resonance, spectroscopy, imaging, cancer, metabolism, cell signaling, biomarkers Education and Training: • Bachelor of Science: Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel - Cum Laude, Chemistry and Biochemistry • Masters of Science: San Jose State University, San Jose - Chemistry • Doctor of Philosophy: Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot, Israel - Chemical Physics • Postdoctoral Fellowship: Institut Curie, Paris, France - Imaging • Postdoctoral Fellowship: Harefield Hospital, London, England - Imaging
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Prostate Cancer Diagnosis & Treatment with Multiparametric MRI
 
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Were you aware 1 in 6 men will be diagnosed with Prostate Cancer in his lifetime? -There are 220,000 new cases each year -3,000,000 men are living with prostate cancer -28,000 men die from prostate cancer each year DID YOU KNOW THAT THERE IS A NEW STATE OF THE ART OPTION FOR PROSTATE DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT? See the full article here: http://www.renuehealth.com/prostate-cancer/ Call us today to learn more 937-350-5527 or visit us online: http://www.renuehealth.com/ Guys! Do You Have Low T? Take The Free Low T Quiz right now to find out! http://www.alphamaleinstitute.com/low-t-quiz Get Dr. Rob's new book: The Low T Book - A Man's 30 Day Guide To Improve Your Strength, Energy, Libido & Fitness today at http://www.lowtbook.com
Views: 174 Renue Health
Prostate Cancer Diagnosis & Treatment with Multiparametric MRI
 
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Were you aware 1 in 6 men will be diagnosed with Prostate Cancer in his lifetime? -There are 220,000 new cases each year -3,000,000 men are living with prostate cancer -28,000 men die from prostate cancer each year NOW THERE IS A NEW STATE OF THE ART OPTION FOR PROSTATE DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT! See the full article here: http://www.alphamaleinstitute.com/prostate-cancer-diagnosis-treatment-with-multiparametric-mri/ Guys! Do You Have Low T? Take The Free Low T Quiz right now to find out! http://www.alphamaleinstitute.com/low-t-quiz Get Dr. Rob's new book: The Low T Book - A Man's 30 Day Guide To Improve Your Strength, Energy, Libido & Fitness today at http://www.lowtbook.com Follow Dr. Rob Online: Americas Fitness Doctor: FB: https://www.facebook.com/AmericasFitnessDoctor TW: https://twitter.com/americasfitness YT: https://www.youtube.com/user/AmericasFitnessDr G+: http://www.google.com/+Americasfitnessdoctor Alpha Male Medical Institute: FB: https://www.facebook.com/alphamaleinstitute TW: https://twitter.com/alphamaleinst YT: https://www.youtube.com/user/alphamaleinstitute IG: https://instagram.com/alphamaleinstitute/
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Prostate MRI Health Lecture
 
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Medical Imaging Center of Southern California hosted a lecture for their Prostate MRI Health program at Loews Hotel in Santa Monica, Ca. on October 24, 2013. With today's technology and knowledge of the prostate, Prostate MRI Health has the capability in preventing the possibility of severe damage to a vital male organ as well as early detection by scanning the prostate with a state-of-the-art 3.0 Tesla GE machine. The lecture was hosted and moderated by CEO/ Chief of Radiology, Dr. Bradley A. Jabour. Keynote Speaker: Prostate expert, Dr. Jelle Barentsz from Nijmegen, The Netherlands. For more information, visit www.prostatemrihealth.com Also visit, www.micsc.com to find out more about one of the largest full service imaging centers in Southern California. Camera and Edit By Ray Productions 818.730.6899
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Normal prostate from apex to base on T2
 
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The apex consists of the distal part of the prostatic urethra surrounded by high signal intensity, peripheral zone tissue The rectum is located posteriorly and is distended by an endorectal coil. The levator ani muscles are located laterally. At the midgland level, the densely packed central/transition zones are surrounded by high signal-intensity peripheral zone tissue , subdivided by several stromal septa which are designated by thin dark T2 signal linear bands. The anterior fibromuscular stroma is a dark T2 band of tissue located anteriorly . The prostatic base is generally composed of almost entirely central zone/transition zone (CZ/TZ);Neurovascular bundles are located posterolaterally In addition, the ejaculatory ducts are noted at this level
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Introduction to Prostate Anatomy on MRI MRIOnline 8
 
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CSii IGAR Breast System: MRI Breast Biopsy and Ablation
 
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The Centre for Surgical Invention and Innovation (CSii) Image Guided Automated Robot (IGAR) is designed for early detection and treatment of breast cancer.
Views: 143 Ed Kopas
Early Prostate cancer Detection with MRI-S
 
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**** For more information, please go to http://atlantichifu.com ***** The goal is to find lesions in the tissue areas. The smaller the lesion, the earlier stage of cancer. Picking up these small lesions (even with early stage high-elevated PSA counts), can cure patients.
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What is MRI-S?
 
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**** For more information, please go to http://atlantichifu.com ***** MRI utilizes a powerful 3.0 magnetic field, radio waves, and computer programing to produce the most detailed images available to differentiate between abnormal (diseased) tissue from normal healthy tissue. MRI does NOT use ionizing radiation. Spectroscopy or the -S, examines the chemical make-up of the prostate which identifies suspicious areas for prostate cancer. MRI-S is able to identify the difference between prostate cancer and other benign conditions such as prostatitis and BPH.
Views: 797 atlantichifu
Initial MRI May Help Predict Prostate Cancer Progression
 
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An interview with Ashley Ridout, BMBCh, of the University College of London.
Scientists Engineer MRI Scan to Detect Cancer Using Sugar
 
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Scientists claim they have engineered a new method of detecting cancer by giving patients an injection of sugar prior to doing an MRI examination. Researchers from University College London have developed a technique known as glucose chemical exchange saturation transfer.
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Inhibiting Cancer Cells using NMR
 
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Dr Andrew Byrd from the National Cancer Institute discusses at ICMRBS 2014 the importance of NMR within cancer research.
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MR Spectroscopy.wmv
 
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Localized Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy
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Benefits of MRI-S VS. Standard Biopsy
 
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**** For more information, please go to http://atlantichifu.com ***** The goal of MRI-S is to determine suspicious areas. This allows much smaller amounts of needle tracking (done with the biopsy) compared to standard biopsies. This also eliminates the need for saturation biopsies. In some cases, biopsies are not needed at all.
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Prostate MRI - NSW Branch Aug 2015 Meeting Part 1
 
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Dr Ron Shnier: Prostate MR and the PIRADS system and first part of Daniel Moses' talk: mpMRI guided diagnostic biopsy and its results Beginning of the video is the last part of Sally Bartle and Claudia Salinas's talk on: Which Policies and Guidelines do Medical Imaging staff need to know to improve Patient Experience? (Radiographer and Radiology Nurse RPAH)
MRI Preparation for Fusion Prostate Biopsy- MrDraw®
 
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► More information: https://koelis.com/products/mr-draw A software platform for planning and evaluating the most accurate and personalized prostate cancer strategy before the biopsy. Import images, contour the organ and define targets for the purpose of 3D TRUS and MRI fusion. MrDraw® can be used at any time before a biopsy session in the Radiology department. More information: https://koelis.com/products/mr-draw/
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How much should we pay for expensive cancer medication?
 
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Newsnight’s Chris Cook reveals the extra money being ploughed in to the Cancer Drugs Fund to help patients’ access expensive medicines. But is this at the cost of patients with other deadly diseases? Follow @BBCNewsnight on Twitter https://twitter.com/BBCNewsnight Like BBC Newsnight on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/bbcnewsnight
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Biopsies, MRI-S Benefits & the HIFU Procedure
 
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Dr. Narayan explains the various biopsy procedures (including saturation biopsies), examining the prostate with MRI-S initially and then biopsy the places where it shows prostate cancer. Combining that with HIFU (a minimally invasive procedure to eradicate prostate cancer), you get less side effects with better results.
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Prostate MRI Using PI RADS
 
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RADIO DIAGNOSIS PLAIN X RAY CT MRI ULTRASOUND PET DUPLEX IVP HYSTEROSALPINGOGRAPGY ANGIOGRAPHY MAMMOGRAPHY
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Roger Bourne: Diffusion anisotropy in ex vivo prostate tissue
 
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An audioslide accompanying the MRM Editor's pick for August 2016, entitled "Diffusion Anisotropy in Fresh and Fixed Prostate Tissue Ex Vivo" by Dr. Roger Bourne, from the University of Sydney, Australia. ============= HIGHLIGHTS: - Seven whole radical prostatectomy specimens were scanned using Diffusion Tensor Imaging (DTI) at 9.4T. - Fixation decreased the mean fractional anisotropy (FA) by 0.05–0.08 at all voxel volumes but did not alter the principal eigenvector orientation. - FA decreased as voxel size increased. - Mean FA differed widely between prostates at the same voxel size. - FA range was low at clinical voxel size, which suggests that apparent diffusion coefficient (ADC) calculated in clinical DWI studies based on three-direction measurements will be minimally affected by anisotropy. - Loss of diffusion anisotropy information was observed due to partial volume averaging as voxel size increased. - FA decreased at longer diffusion times. - FA showed no qualitative changes with tissue pathology.
Prostate Cancer
 
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Dr. George Privett discusses new advances in software to detect prostate cancer.
Prostate Biopsies, MRI-S and HIFU Alternative Benefits
 
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**** For more information, please go to http://atlantichifu.com ***** If you have an elevated Prostate Specific Antigen (PSA), your doctor will usually recommend a prostate biopsy. Doctors put a rectal probe (small needle) 4 - 6 times into the prostate tissue. The goal of MRI-S is to determine suspicious areas. This allows much smaller amounts of needle tracking (done with the biopsy) compared to standard biopsies. This also eliminates the need for saturation biopsies. In some cases, biopsies are not needed at all.
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Dr  Sharad Maheshwari part 2
 
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MRI of the Rectal CA
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13 C-labeled biochemical probes for the study of cancer metabolism with dynamic nuclear...
 
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https://www.amazon.com/C-labeled-biochemical-metabolism-polarization-enhanced-resonance/dp/1522736166 This open access article by various authors presents key research on 13 C-labeled biochemical probes for the study of cancer metabolism with dynamic nuclear polarization-enhanced magnetic resonance imaging. In recent years, advances in metabolic imaging have become dependable tools for the diagnosis and treatment assessment in cancer. Dynamic nuclear polarization (DNP) has recently emerged as a promising technology in hyperpolarized (HP) magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and has reached clinical relevance with the successful visualization of [1- 13 C] pyruvate as a molecular imaging probe in human prostate cancer. This review focuses on introducing representative compounds relevant to metabolism that are characteristic of cancer tissue: aerobic glycolysis and pyruvate metabolism, glutamine addiction and glutamine/glutamate metabolism, and the redox state and ascorbate/dehydroascorbate metabolism. In addition, a brief introduction of probes that can be used to trace necrosis, pH changes, and other pathways relevant to cancer is presented to demonstrate the potential that HP MRI has to revolutionize the use of molecular imaging for diagnosis and assessment of treatments in cancer.
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Prof. F. Barkhof: Latest generation 3T MRI
 
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A 3T MRI system brings major advantages in neuroradiology compared to the 1.5T systems. Our initial experience with a latest generation 3T system, the Vantage Titan, indicates that the system provides increased patient comfort while offering significant quality and diagnostic benefits for several clinical applications. In this presentation we will discuss our initial clinical experience with the Vantage Titan 3T system, including clinical cases of time-of-flight MRA for evaluation of the vasculature, isotropic 3D FLAIR in the assessment of glioma and multiple sclerosis. Moreover, flow-spoiled black blood (FSBB), a proprietary Toshiba technique, is explored for the evaluation of microvasculature (lenticulostriate arteries) in aging and dementia. Satellite Symposia MR/CT - ECR 2014
Better, Faster Cancer Diagnosis
 
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Research funded by NIH at Massachusetts General Hospital has yielded a miniature, point-of-care Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) device that can non- invasively diagnose cancer and has demonstrated superior accuracy and speed when compared to standard biopsy. The micro-NMR does this by analyzing cells, proteins, nucleic acids, viruses, and bacteria from unpurified biological samples -- all in less than an hour. Using unprocessed samples eliminates the need for a lab and trained technicians. For more information on the National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering at NIH go to http://www.nibib.nih.gov/
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