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Abstract #0388

Silent MR Can Improve the Success Rate of Infant Examination: The Application Value of an MRI Acoustic Reduction Technique in Infants

Wei Xia1,2, Xi Zhu1,2, and Weiqiang Dou3

1Subei Peoples Hospital of Jiangsu Province, Jiang Su Yang Zhou, China, 2Subei Peoples Hospital of Jiangsu Province, YangZhou, China, 3GE Healthcare, MR Research, Beijing, China

Although the data for the objective image quality of silent MR do not correspond with the subjective image quality scores, these data can greatly improve the success rate of the examination, reduce acoustic noise, improve patient comfort, and allow for higher overall diagnostic usefulness when compared with those of conventional MR. In summary, silent MR is more suitable for the infant brain than conventional MR.

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