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Abstract #3820

3 Dimensional Image Reconstruction – Innovation Improves Diagnosis in Pediatric MRI

Dianna M.E. Bardo1, Craig E Barnes1, Robyn Augustyn1, and Marrit Thorkelson1

1Diagnostic Radiology, Phoenix Children's Hospital, Phoenix, AZ, United States

3D and 2D image reconstruction and other image post-processing techniques are vital in developing a complete understanding of anatomy and pathology. The ability to visualize structures in 3 dimensions, perhaps showing pathology in the orientation a surgeon will see as they approach during surgery, provide information which allows planning a procedure before the patient is under anesthesia can improve care and reduce surgical or interventional times. Further, 3D images or printed 3D models a valuable resource for teaching a patient or a child’s parent about the necessary care and treatment of their child.

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