The MR customer magazine presents clinical case studies, application tips, technical and product information.
RSNA Edition – Issue 60
This RSNA issue presents a mixture of recent advances in MRI technology and clinically relevant articles: Read about GRASP, the next step in abdominopelvic MRI; Learn why proton MRI of the lungs and pleura is especially pertinent to patients with long life expectancies; See that multiparametric MRI is valuable also for musculoskeletal applications; and read how to improve the efficiency as well as the safety of cardiac MRI. The overview of the spectrum of demyelianating disorders and their typical and atypical imaging findings will be especially relevant to your daily clinical practice and we are sure that you will enjoy the history of 30 years of innovation at Siemens.
Oncology Edition - Issue 59
The articles in this issue cover many aspects of cancer care from early cancer detection and localization using RESOLVE, FREEZEit and multiparametric MRI, to accurate workup of disease extent. Read about the advances in minimally invasive tumor ablation and in image guided radiotherapy. Treatment monitoring is another challenging area in cancer care. See how whole-body diffusion-weighted MRI helps to positively assess therapy effectiveness even when morphology is unhelpful. This issue of MAGNETOM Flash is full of examples where MRI is being developed to meet clinical needs of cancer patients.
ISMRM Edition – Issue 58
In this issue of MAGNETOM Flash you will read about exciting developments in the field of abdominal imaging: Efficient workflow for quantifying hepatic lipid and iron deposition; imaging liver metastasis with TWIST-VIBE, or assessing renal allograft function with DTI and Tractography.
But there is more: Upgrading MAGNETOM Trio to MAGNETOM Prismafit; APT for differential diagnosis of high grade gliomas; Improved joint diagnostics using a RESTORE pulse; Optimized spine imaging; Kawasaki Disease on CMRI; or MR Elastography to estimate myocardial stiffness, to name just a few.
Pediatric SPR Edition – Issue 57
MRI has undergone a major revolution over recent years with higher field strength, sequences that overcome SAR issues and suppress motion artifacts, parallel imaging, 3D imaging and improved coil technology. The combination of these techniques and a better appreciation of the needs of children and how to improve their capacity to cooperate has expanded the role of MRI in pediatrics. This issue of MAGNETOM Flash showcases many of these exciting new techniques from renowned experts and demonstrates how they have been applied both to clinical pediatric imaging and in research.
The three new technologies of myocardial parameter mapping, CMR-PET, and compressed sensing discussed in this issue represent some
of the most exciting recent advances in CMR. They offer the potential to significantly improve the efficiency and effectiveness of CMR, and to expand the information CMR can provide to physicians to better diagnose and treat cardiovascular disease.
RSNA Edition – Issue 55
MRI is under pressure to demonstrate consistent examination quality, despite increasing use in challenging populations, such as the obese and those with diminished breath-holding capacity. The articles in the RSNA issue introduce fast imaging techniques for body, cardiovascular and stroke imaging, but also focus on the comfortable MRI experience by discussing methods to reduce acoustic noise.
ASTRO Edition - Issue 54
In this issue you will find exciting examples from the broad spectrum of oncological MRI applications. Using clinical examples, renowned experts demonstrate the potential of multiparametric MRI, whole-body MRI and MR-PET and how functional MRI parameters can be used in radiation therapy planning.
In addition, the possibilities of intelligent IT concepts for reporting and workflow optimization are illustrated.
MR Angiography Edition – Issue 531
Non-contrast-enhanced MR Angiography; coronary MRA; maximizing image quality for ce 3D MRA applications in pediatric patients; clinical routine MRA with MAGNETOM Aera and the Angio Dot Engine; tips and caveats for contrast-enhanced MRA – the MR Angiography edition of MAGNETOM Flash has it all.
ISMRM Edition - Issue 521
The ISMRM issue of MAGNETOM Flash has it all:
Clinically relevant articles on therapy monitoring, quanification and emergency MRI. How-I-do-it articles on Bandwidth, faster abdominal MRI or MSK imaging with loop coils. News on syngo MR D13 for MAGNETOM Aera, syngo ZOOMit and pTX. Future outlooks with imaging and spectroscopy at 9.4T, Sodium imaging or Thermometry.
SCMR Edition - Issue 511
Cardiovascular MR imaging particularly benefits from fast imaging. Read about different techniques to see more with higher resolution (compressed sensing and CAIPIRINHA), to do more with shorter scan times (radial GRAPPA) and to maximize efficiency and improve consistency with Siemens' Tim & Dot technology.
RSNA Edition - Issue 50
Guest editor John A. Carrino, M.D., M.P.H. (Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD, USA)
This issue of MAGNETOM Flash focuses on musculoskeletal MR imaging. It contains a variety of technical and clinical information spanning the spectrum of bone, joint and soft tissue topics, DWI of bone marrow, functional cartilage imaging, all the way to 7T applications in MSK.
Neurography Supplement to Issue 50
Guest editor Avneesh Chhabra, M.D. (Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD, USA)
The MR Neurography Supplement to the RSNA issue of MAGNETOM Flash covers different aspects of the peripheral nervous system from spinal cord to peripheral nerves. Latest 2D and 3D techniques in practice and future directions in both anatomic and functional domains of peripheral nerve imaging are addressed in detail.
ISMRM Edition - Issue 491
Higher acceleration with CAIPIRINHA; quantification with myocardial T1-mapping; cervical spine imaging with SPACE DIR; MR Elastography indications and challenges; Biograph mMR body imaging; first experiences with 3T MAGNETOM Spectra; technical and practical aspects of TimTX TrueShape and syngo ZOOMit; TOF at 7T - the ISMRM issue of MAGNETOM Flash has it all.
RSNA Edition - Issue 48
Read how to configure the Knee Dot Engine, find imaging protocols for cartilage MRI with 3D DESS, learn how to do cerebral MRS at 1.5T and 3T, or read about the clinical reality of Biograph mMR at the University Hospital of Tuebingen. This and much more is covered in the RSNA issue of MAGNETOM Flash.
Pediatric Imaging - Issue 47
Profound introductions to pediatric and fetal MRI. 112 pages of highly educational articles and case studies covering all clinical aspects e.g. renal function, neuro-infections, urography, congenital heart MRI to name just a few.
ISMRM Edition - Issue 461
First clinical application of molecular MRI, towards clinical 7T MRI and clinical MRI of the lung - besides trendsetting topics this issue of MAGNETOM Flash also covers MSK case reports, how-I-do-it articles on long bone imaging, and the latest on fat saturation and Diffusion-weighted imaging.
RSNA Edition - Issue 45
Routine and pediatric case reports show the impact of 3T + open bore in MSK imaging; MAGNETOM Aera in pediatric tumor staging using DWI; how standard routine usage of syngo SWI replaces existing imaging. The issue also includes articles on liver imaging with syngo MR B17 and how to use the Tim Planning Suite for whole spine examinations.
Research Supplement to Issue 451
The research supplement of MAGNETOM Flash bundles articles which provide you with an insight into the advances in functional MRI with special focus on oncology and the development of hybrid imaging (MR/PET). One main aspect is certainly the development of biomarkers and surrogates to understand processes like angiogenesis and hypoxia within tumor tissue, to guide therapy in a most efficient and patient-centric way.
Cardiovascular Edition - Issue 441
The new cardiovascular issue of MAGNETOM Flash presents interesting new data on CMR imaging, the SCMR recommended protocols on CD, application tips on low-dose ceMRA with syngo TWIST and news on perfusion imaging and stroke to name just a few of the exciting articles in this sequel to MAGNETOM Flash #36.
Body Imaging at 7T, ISMRM Edition - Issue 431
With now more than 20 UHF systems (7T and above) worldwide, Siemens makes a major contribution to the technical and clinical development in MRI. Each new issue of MAGNETOM Flash provides detailed proof of the clinical advantage achieved by new technologies e.g. BLADE in Pediatric imaging, assessment of treatment response of liver tumors, MSK case reports.
Clinical Workflow Issue, RSNA Edition - Issue 42
Increased scanning speed and up to 50% higher clinical throughput - in the Workflow issue of MAGNETOM Flash MAGNETOM users show how they improve their daily clinical routine using the DOT Engines, Tim Upgrades and new software applications.
Oncology Issue, ASTRO/ESTRO Edition - Issue 41
Focused on oncology, this issue shows the potential of MRI for detection and follow-up of malignancies including comprehensive imaging techniques such as diffusion-weighted MRI and its further developments. This issue includes in-depth descriptions of industry-unique applications that are new with software version syngo MR B17.
3T Special Issue, ISMRM Edition - Issue 40
This 3T special issue presents case reports from most areas of radiology, articles e.g. on 3T in pediatrics, and a comprehensive technology section.
RSNA Edition - Issue 39 (November 2008)
Routine and pediatric case reports showing the benefits of the new 32-channel head coil. DWI and DTI for the evaluation of brain tumors. Workflow improvement and application tips. And much more.
Neurology - Issue 38 (April 2008)
This issue is dedicated to Arterial Spin Labeling (ASL), the only noninvasive MR imaging technique which allows the study of the relative cerebral blood flow (rCBF). Besides Highly Parallel Detection for MRI, an interventional article on Radiofrequency Ablation, and Dynamic Time Resolved large FoV 3D MRA is part of this issue.
Women's Health - Issue 37 (April 2008)
This issue contains state-of-the-art breast imaging techniques, including spectroscopy and diffusion. Furthermore, case studies from different body regions such as abdomen and pelvis, neurology, cardiovascular, and orthopedics have been chosen to complement this issue.
Cardiovascular MRI - Issue 36 (November 2007)1
This dedicated issue is a comprehensive but compact “textbook” on CMR, by authors who are opinion leaders in their respective fields. It aims at beginners and experts and provides up-to-date content about the CMR in clinical routine. Still it is so concise that it can be read during a weekend.
ISMRM Edition - Issue 35
Supplement to Issue 35
RSNA Edition - Issue 34
Supplement to Issue 34
ESMRMB Edition - Issue 33
ECR Edition - Issue 32
MEDICA Edition - Issue 31
ISMRM Edition - Issue 30
RSNA Edition - Issue 29
Summit to Issue 29
ISMRM Edition - Issue 28
RSNA Edition - Issue 27
1Not for distribution in the US