Neurology

Our MRI systems provides the essential acquisitions and post processing tools for high-quality imaging of the brain and spine.

Tools for Anatomical Assessment

Obtain detailed images of brain and nerve tissues for diagnosis of lesions and disorders.



RADAR
An effective artifact reduction technology.


RADAR uses radial scan to mitigate motion artifact caused by voluntary and involuntary motion of patient’s body.

It is available with T2WI, T1WI, and FLAIR imaging in any plane and body region, including head, shoulder joint, and cervical spine.



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All Around RADAR

Combined use of RADAR in sequences required for routine head examinations.

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3D-GEIR
Acquire high contrast 3D high spatial resolution images.


This function offers high-speed T1WI imaging through Gradient Echo with IR Pulse, useful for measurement of volume data when imaging the head.

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ADAGE
Helps observe spinal nervous system with high CNR.
IsoFSE
High-definition 3D imaging made possible by optimizing RF application patterns.



Isotropic sub-milimeter 3D volume images can be reconstructed into any plane with the same optimized T2WI, FLAIR, and PD contrast resolution as the native plane.

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Physiological & Quantitative Analysis
To Aid in Early Stage Disease Diagnosis




Blood Sensitive Imaging

Image acquisition by sensitively reflecting differences in magnetic susceptibility.


Using EPI based technique, BSI depicts micro-bleeds and medullary vein much faster than conventional techniques. BSI performs minimum intensity projection processing and superimposes phase information to further increase the contrast of images.


Diffusion Tensor Imaging

Multi-directional analysis of white matter fibre tracts to access the amount of diffusivity and degree of anisotropy using multi-axial acquisitions for tractography analysis.

Advanced NeuroSuite

Brain perfusion imaging capability for detection of ischemic brain tissue and analysis of blood flow dynamics using CBV, CBF, MTT maps.