Clinical applications of STAGE published in the journal Magnetic Resonance Imaging

One major thrust in radiology today is image standardization with a focus on rapidly acquired quantitative multi-contrast information. This is critical for multi-center trials, for the collection of big data and for the use of artificial intelligence in evaluating the data. Strategically acquired gradient echo (STAGE) imaging is one such method that can provide 8 qualitative and 7 quantitative pieces of information in 5 min or less at 3 T. 

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Traumatic Brain Injury Use Case

Traumatic Brain Injury Use Case

What do we look for? Cerebral Microbleeds, Shearing damage, Subarachnoid Hemorrhage.
STAGE SWI clearly shows findings that conventional T2 and T1 data missed…

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Sturge Weber Use Case

Sturge Weber Use Case

STAGE at 3T for a child with Sturge Weber Syndrome. Eliminates need for contrast agent. No CT required for differentiating bleeds from calcifications.

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