Compressed Sensing: a Paradigm Shift in MRI

In this article we share some of our experiences over the last few years with MR upgrades. [...]

syngo MR XA10 – Your New Work Environment for More Comfortable Scanning and Intuitive Image Processing

In this article we share some of our experiences over the last few years with MR upgrades. [...]

Case Series: Utilization of the Pediatric 16 Coil for 1.5T and 3T Systems

In this article we share some of our experiences over the last few years with MR upgrades. [...]

Case Series: Utilization of the Pediatric 16 Coil for 1.5T and 3T Systems

In this article we share some of our experiences over the last few years with MR upgrades. [...]

Takotsubo Cardiomyopathy

This 70-year-old woman presented to the emergency room with acute onset of severe chest pain. No prior history of trauma. The pain started after a quarrel with her 45-year old daughter. The electrocardiogram did not reveal evidence of ischemic ST segment deviations. Creatinine kinase was of borderline value (10 U/L), but cardiac troponin T was elevated (2.15 µg/L). Coronary artery disease was ruled out by emergency coronary angiography. However, left ventricular angiography demonstrated apical ballooning with a reduced left ventricular ejection fraction. [...]

Definition and Clarification of TR in Modern Imaging, with Emphasis on Cardiac Applications

As MR has evolved, the definition of TR has become quite complex, particularly with gated sequences. This article begins with an introduction to TR, covering its definition in spin echo and multislice fast spin echo sequences, and subsequently discusses in depth its definition in the plethora of cardiac gated sequences employed in modern imaging. [...]

Hypertrophic obstructive cardiomyopathy

32 year old male with a history of palpitations and a loud cardiac murmur. [...]

Moderate-sized ASD and a tiny septal VSD

This is a 16-year-old female with a known history of hypoplastic right ventricle, who was being evaluated for three episodes of dizziness on standing, each lasting 5-10 minutes. [...]