Multiple Sclerosis versus TIA
Standardized Multiple Slerosis MRI protocols typically require long scan times. Addition of Compressed SENSE enables faster exams, without compromise in image quality1. SWIp sequence has a high sensitivity to enhance contrast for deoxygenated (venous) blood or calcium deposits. This may help, when used in combination with other clinical information, in the diagnosis of various neurological pathologies. 3D (BrainVIEW) lets you acquire high resolution data in multiple directions in one scan. Isotropic voxel size enables reformats in any plane without loss of resolution.
*1 Compared to scans without Philips Compressed SENSE. Results from case studies are not predictive of results in other cases. Results in other cases may vary.