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Abstract #4170

Clinical Evaluation of Isotropic MAVRIC-SL at 3T

Zoe Doyle1, Daehyun Yoon 1, Philip Lee1, Brian Hargreaves1, and Kathryn Stevens1
1Stanford University, Stanford, CA, United States

For the past decade, the development of 3D multispectral imaging (MSI) approach has facilitated the early detection of complications around metallic implants. However, the long acquisition time and need for multi-planar acquisitions make it difficult for symptomatic, elderly patients to tolerate. In this preliminary study, we evaluate the use of a fast isotropic 3D MSI technique at 3T MRI, which can potentially replace multiple sequences of orthogonal imaging planes with a single acquisition. Our results show promise for the improved visualization of various hardware complications using image reformats on arbitrary planes with diagnostically acceptable image quality.

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