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The impact of TTIP/TPP on the MRI scanner market will bring :
more variety 
better scanners 
more risk 
less regulation 
cheaper scanners 
Lost in Translation 
no change at all 




 
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 Delayed Myocardial Contrast Enhancement from Infarct  
A late enhancement image with a cardiac cardiac infarction in the vertical long axis plane.
1.5 T GE
TR: shortest
TE: 1.4ms
Cardiac Coil
 
with enhanced brightness and contrast
 
A late enhancement image with a cardiac infarction in left ventricular outflow tract view.
1.5 T GE
TR: shortest
TE: 1.4ms
Cardiac Coil
 
with enhanced brightness and contrast
 
Courtesy of   Robert R. EdelmanOpen this link in a new window
 
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Relevant Database Entries
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