Torso Coils

Torso Coils

Description

  • volume coils for lung / torso / abdomen
  • elliptical volume transmit or transmit/receive resonator
  • receive coils / arrays with up to 32 channels
  • non-proton and dual tuned versions available e.g. for 13C, 19F, 129Xe, 23Na, 3He, …
  • B0 field strength: 1.5 T or 3 T

Medical Devices, CE according to Council Directive 93/42/EEC
Caution: Investigational Device. Limited by Federal (or United States) law to investigational use.

Please contact us for availability on your MR system.


Image Courtesy:

image 1: Marcel Gutberlet, Hannover Medical School, Germany
image 2: Jim Wild, University of Sheffield, U.K

Publications

A. Kern et al.: Mapping of regional lung microstructural parameters using hyperpolarized 129Xe dissolved‐phase MRI in healthy volunteers and patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, doi: 10.1002/mrm.27559 (2018)
with RAPID Biomedical 129Xe transmit coil V-XLS-015-01434-002b and receive array P-X16LE-015-01485-001

A. L. Kern et al.: Regional investigation of lung function and microstructure parameters by localized 129Xe chemical shift saturation recovery and dissolved‐phase imaging: A reproducibility study.
Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, doi: 10.1002/mrm.27407 (2018)
with RAPID Biomedical 129Xe transmit coil V-XLS-015-01434-002b and receive array P-X16LE-015-01485-001

T. Henzeler et al.: Imaging of Tumor Viability in Lung Cancer: Initial Results Using 23Na-MRI.
Fortschr Röntgenstr,184, 340–344 (2012)
with RAPID Biomedical 23Na transmit / receive array P-X02LS-X04LE-H02LE-030-01244

M. Gutberlet et al.: Free-breathing Dynamic 19F Gas MR Imaging for Mapping of Regional Lung Ventilation in Patients with COPD.
radiology.rsna.org n Radiology: Volume 286: Number 3—March 2018
with RAPID Biomedical 19F transmit coil V-XLS-015-01579 and 16-channel receive array P-X16LE-015-01580

M. Gutberlet et al.: Real-time dynamic fluorinated gas MRI in free breathing for mapping of regional lung ventilation in patients with COPD and healthy volunteers using a 16 channel receive coil at 1.5T.
http://indexsmart.mirasmart.com/ISMRM2016/PDFfiles/1140… (2016)
with RAPID Biomedical 19F transmit coil V-XLS-015-01579 and 16-channel receive array P-X16LE-015-01580

Datasheet

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Germany

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