William T.C. Yuh1, Greg A. Christoforidis1, Steffen Sammet1, Petra Schmalbrock1, Nina A. Mayr2, John C. Grecula1, Eric C. Bourekas1, Jian Z. Wang2, Jun Zhang1, Michael V. Knopp1
1Radiology, The Ohio State University,
Columbus, OH, USA; 2Radiation, The Ohio State University, Columbus,
The purpose of this study to demonstrate and discuss the potentials, challenges and pitfalls of ultra-high field CNS imaging for various CNS pathologies based on our experiences in both 7 T and 8 T whole body human Magnetic Resonance scanners (MR). The implementation of ultra-high field whole body systems in the clinical setting provides many advantages and potentials for CNS imaging, and yet there are many technical and clinical challenges to be overcome.