A large, bearded character, pediatric radiologist and amateur rock musician Professor Erich Sorantin from Graz stands up for equal rights of children in imaging – also in MRI. In terms of technology, he relies on precision equipment from Siemens Healthineers.
With an upgrade of your MR scanner to BioMatrix Technology, you can better master the challenges facing MRI today. Learn firsthand how easy the upgrade from the 3T MRI MAGNETOM Skyra to the MAGNETOM Vida Fit is.
Ineffective utilization affects patient wait-times, revenue, as well as referral and patient satisfaction. We are moving the needle in MRI productivity to increase patient volumes and overcome economic pressure.
In recent years, the link between tumor therapies and cardiac disease has gained substantial attention. With improving survival rates of patients with various malignancies, potential detrimental effects on cardiac function and outcome including increased morbidity and mortality has become the center of such investigations.
Heinrich von Busch, PhD; Product Owner Artificial Intelligence for Oncology, Siemens Healthineers, Erlangen, Germany
The developments in computational hardware and algorithms, in particular the advent of methods suitable for training complex neural networks (Deep Learning), have opened up new possibilities for machine learning  and automation in many applications. MRI, postprocessing and interpretation, in fact radiology in general, are no exception.
MRF1 uses quantitative information to generate a more precise understanding of a patient’s condition. Based on reliable, absolute numbers, MRF data could increase objective comparisons in follow-up studies. Ultimately, aided by AI, quantitative measurements could lead to more personalized treatments.
Whole-body MRI is a hot topic – you may have had enquiries from colleagues asking you if or when you might be able to offer the service. You may not know where to start or what is involved. The purpose of this video tutorial is to introduce and guide you through the implementation for successful completion of a MET-RADS compliant WB-MRI protocol.
Lung MRI is a powerful tool to assess and follow-up lung diseases without the use of ionizing radiation. Dr. Dournes summarizes recent advances in lung MRI and shows robust evaluation of both morphological and functional information from his clinical experience, focussing on the potential benefit of lung MRI for routine clinical use.
James C. Carr, Northwestern University, Feinberg School of Medicine, Chicago, IL, USA
CMR will play an integral role in the evaluation of patients with cardiovascular disease. Compressed Sensing will shorten and simplify the CMR protocol increasing its utilization. AI strategies will improve workflow and will also help us extract previously invisible radiomic features that will better characterize cardiovascular disease.