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Abstract #3822

Point-of-Care Brain MRI: Clinical Application in a Stroke Rehabilitation Center

Samantha By1, E. Brian Welch1, Houchun Harry Hu1, Rafael O'Halloran1, Laura Sacolick1, Carole Lazarus1, Hadrien Dyvorne1, Jonathan Rothberg1, Khan Siddiqui1, and Lorraine Cullen2
1Hyperfine, Guilford, CT, United States, 2Gaylord Specialty Healthcare, Wallingford, CT, United States

Portable, point-of-care MRI offers many new opportunities, such as scanning at the bedside or serial monitoring of a patient (i.e. daily or weekly). We demonstrate feasibility and initial results of a portable 64 mT MRI in a stroke rehabilitation setting. Six recovering stroke patients received such exams; four of them were serially monitored, each receiving four exams. Each exam consisted of T2-W, T1-W, FLAIR and DWI imaging. Different cases are highlighted to demonstrate the utility of point-of-care MRI in a rehabilitation setting.

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