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MAGNETOM Flash - September 2009

DWI - September 2009

Author: Siemens Healthcare

MAGNETOM Flash - September 2009

Diffusion-weighted imaging (DWI) is currently one of the fastest-emerging applications for the precise detection and characterization of lesions in the body. We explore the integration of this method in a variety of clinical scenarios. Prostate imaging, for example, is explored in an article on pre-operative local staging at 3Tesla. In addition, syngo® REVEAL enables us to obtain information about tumor viability, as shown in an extensive case report on a patient with nonsecretory multiple myeloma. DWI techniques can also be used to gather additional information about perfusion within one scan. Background information about the “intravoxel incoherent motion” (IVIM) technique and its clinical relevance in the differentiation of pancreatic lesions are examined in the article by Re et al., German Cancer Research Center.

 

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Page Category Title Application Author 
6  
Assessment of Tumor Extension
and Improved Localization for
Planning of Nerve Sparing Radical
Prostatectomy
 
Matthias Philipp Lichy, M.D. 1,4; David Schilling2, M.D; Claus H. von Weyhern3, M.D.; Arnulf Stenzl2, M.D.;
Matthias Roehtke, M.D.1; Ralph Strecker, Ph.D.4; Wilhelm Horger4; Berthold Kiefer, Ph.D.4; Claus D. Claussen, M.D.1;
Heinz-Peter Schlemmer, M.D., Ph.D.1
1 University Hospital Tübingen, Department of Diagnostic and Interventional Radiology, Tübingen, Germany
2 University Hospital Tübingen, Department of Urology, Tübingen, Germany
3 University Hospital Tübingen, Department of Pathology, Tübingen, Germany
4 Siemens Healthcare, Erlangen, Germany
16  
Case Reports: MRI-guided
Prostate Biopsies
 
Karl Engelhard, M.D.
Diagnostic Radiology, Martha-Maria Hospital Nuernberg, Nuernberg, Germany
18  
Case Report: Echo Planar Diffusion
Imaging for Detection of Prostate
Cancer Recurrence Otherwise
Occult to Imaging
 
Sarah Foster, M.D.; Nick Ferris, M.D.
Department of Diagnostic Radiology, Peter MacCallum Cancer Center, Melbourne, Australia
20  
Characterization of Genitourinary
Lesions Using Diffusion-Weighted
Imaging at 3T MRI
 
Farhood Saremi, M.D.1; Helmuth Schultze-Haakh, Ph.D.2
1Professor of Radiology and Medicine, University of California, Irvine (UCI), USA
2Siemens Medical Solutions USA, Cypress, CA, USA
26  
Intravoxel Incoherent Motion (IVIM)
ƒ-maps of Pancreatic Lesions
 
Re, Thomas Joseph, M.D., MSEE1; Klauss, Miriam, M.D.2; Lemke, Andreas, MSc3,4; Laun, Frederik, Ph.D.4;
Simon, Dirk, MSc1; Delorme, Stefan, M.D.1; Stieltjes, Bram, M.D.1
1German Cancer Research Center (DKFZ), Department of Radiology – E 010, Heidelberg, Germany
2Department of Diagnostic Radiology, University of Heidelberg, Heidelberg, Germany
3Department of Computer Assisted Clinical Medicine, University of Heidelberg, Mannheim,
Faculty of Medicine, Mannheim, Germany
4German Cancer Research Center (DKFZ), Department of Physics in Radiology – E 020, Heidelberg, Germany
34  
Case Report: Nonsecretory Multiple
Myeloma MRI Monitoring of
Therapy Response
 
Marius Horger, M.D.
University Hospital Tuebingen, Dept. of Diagnostic and Interventional Radiology, Tuebingen, Germany
40  
Case Report: Whole-body Oncologic
Imaging with syngo TimCT
 
Eric Hatfield, M.D.1; Agus Priatna, Ph.D.2; John Kotyk, Ph.D.1; Benjamin Tan, M.D.1; Alto Stemmer3;
Stephan Kannengiesser, Ph.D.3; Vamsi Narra, M.D.1
1 Mallinckrodt Institute of Radiology, Washington University School of Medicine, St Louis, Missouri, USA
2 Siemens Healthcare, R&D Collaborations, St Louis, Missouri, USA
3 Siemens Healthcare, MR PLM AW Oncology, Erlangen, Germany
50  
Case Report: Glioblastoma
Multiforme
 
Masahiro Ida, M.D.
Department of Radiology, Tokyo Metropolitan Ebara Hospital, Tokyo, Japan
52  
Case Report: Non-Contrast Lower
Limb MR Angiography Using
NATIVE SPACE
 
Associate Professor Andrew Holden; Anna-Maria Lydon; Associate Professor Brett Cowan
Centre for Advanced MRI, Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences, University of Auckland, New Zealand
54  
Pre-Transplant Assessment of
Potential Renal Donors with syngo
Native TrueFISP: Case Study and
Initial Experience
 
Mellena D. Bridges, M.D.1; Anthony D. Schroeder1; Bradley D. Bolster, Jr., Ph. D.2; Kevin J. Johnson2
1Department of Radiology, Mayo Clinic, Jacksonville, FL, USA
2Siemens Healthcare, MR R&D Collaborations , Malvern, PA, USA
58  
Case Reports: Time-Resolved MRA
Evaluation of Pelvic -Congestion
Syndrome
 
Charles Kim, M.D.1; Brian M. Dale, Ph.D.2; Elmar Merkle, M.D.1
1Duke University Medical Center, Durham, North Carolina, USA
2Siemens Medical Solutions, Inc., MR R&D, Morrisville, NC, USA
 62  
Case Report: Role of DWI for
Lesion Discrimination in Breast
MRI of Multifocal and
Contralateral Breast Cancer
 
Evelyn Wenkel1; Christian Geppert2; Michael Uder1; Rolf Janka1
1 Radiologic Institute, University Hospital Erlangen, Germany
2 Siemens Healthcare, Erlangen, Germany
67  
Diffusion-Weighted Imaging for
Characterizing Breast Lesions
Prior to Biopsy
 
Mitsuhiro Tozaki, M.D.1; Katsuya Maruyama2
1 Breast Center, Kameda Medical Center, Chiba, Japan.
2 Siemens Asahi Medical Technologies LTD., Tokyo, Japan
72  
The Composer
 
Sandra Winsor
Centre for Advanced MRI, University of Auckland, New Zealand
78  
32-Channel Head Coil
Imaging at 3T
 
Thomas Benner
Athinoula A. Martinos Center for Biomedical Imaging, Department of Radiology, Massachusetts General Hospital
and Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA, USA
88  
New with syngo MR B17:
syngo Native – Non Contrast MR
Angiography Techniques
 
Peter Weale
Siemens Medical Solutions USA, MR RD Cardiac Collaborations, Hoffman Estates, IL, USA
92  
What’s New for Cardiac in
Software Version syngo MR B17
 
Peter Weale
Siemens Medical Solutions, Inc., Cardiovascular Research and Development, Chicago, IL, USA
95  
Improved Workfl ow and
Performance for Contrast-
Enhanced MR Angiography
Sequences
 
Gary R. McNeal, MS BME; Yutaka Natsuaki, Ph.D.; Randall Kroeker, Ph.D.; Peter Schmitt; Gerhard Laub, Ph.D.
Siemens Medical Solutions, Inc., USA

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