Register today for 5 webinars on trending MRI topics
Siemens Healthineers cordially invites you to a free summer webinar series. Hear from five leading MRI experts as they discuss hot topics within the magnetic resonance imaging world. We hope you can join us and encourage you to share this invitation with your colleagues.
Recently, patients that have recovered from COVID-19 have presented interesting cardiac symptoms related to their coronavirus exposure. In this Expert Forum Webinar, Dr. Robert Judd will share his experience using Cardiac MRI in the diagnosis of post-COVID exposure findings. He will review case examples and provide insight into the Clinical Magnetic Resonance Society's (CMRS) initiative to track these post-COVID cardiac findings.
Multiparametric-magnetic resonance imaging (mpMRI) has shown promising results in diagnosis, localization, risk stratification, and staging of clinically significant prostate cancer. It has also opened opportunities for focal treatment of prostate cancer. Through a modality and case study review, Dr. Harisinghani will provide a comprehensive discussion about the benefits of mpMRI for prostate cancer diagnosis and management.
Attendees will learn about a new paradigm shift in MR called Simultaneous Multi-Slice (SMS). SMS can help reduce the time allotted for MRI exams. Stephen Rigsby, Senior Manager for MR Clinical Products at Siemens Healthineers, will introduce the principles and descriptions of this advanced acceleration technique, while showcasing both standard and advanced uses through case study presentation.
In this recorded webinar, Dr. Matilde Inglese, a board-certified and fellowship-trained neurologist, discusses the utilization of Diffusion Weighted (DWI) MRI in the diagnosis and management of multiple sclerosis (MS). Supported by novel research, Dr. Inglese reviews new applications and shares the clinical advantages of using DWI with high field MRI through case examples from her research.
In this recorded webinar, Sheila Bero of Siemens Healthineers discusses the benefits of utilizing Compressed Sensing acceleration techniques in MRI. These techniques include using both static and dynamic methods throughout the body with a focus on Compressed Sensing GRASP-VIBE imaging parameters, image quality, and workflow benefits from utilizing free-breathing liver dynamics.
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