Among the products Philips Healthcare will showcase is the Philips Achieva 3.0T TX MRI system featuring the MultiTransmit technology for enhanced image quality and throughput. Philips will also demonstrate the clinical and operational benefits of its Elite Breast MRI solution, which includes the MammoTrak dockable patient support, high-channel coils and integrated tools for reviewing, reporting and biopsy planning.
Philips to Highlight 3.0T MRI
This figure shows reduced hippocampal volume over the course of 6 years as seen on progressive volumetric analysis and also coronal MRI evaluations (arrows).Progressive volume loss in the mesial temporal lobe on MRI is a characteristic imaging feature of AD. This patient was a case of Alzheimer’s Dementia.
An experiment showed that a glove-shaped detector could yield images of bones, cartilage, and muscles interacting as a hand 'plays piano.' Traditionally, MRI had required patients to remain strictly motionless.Image courtesy of Nature Biomedical Engineering; Bei Zhang, Martijn Cloos, Daniel Sodickson