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The invaluable Special Report Advances in Spine Imaging, tells you what you need to know about better spine imaging using the latest technology.

In this special report you will learn about:

  • The main difficulties with spine imaging;
  • Areas of spine imaging which require improvement;
  • The limitations of fast-spin echo sequences;
  • The importance of the myelographic effect in MR imaging of the spine;
  • The issue of long acquisition time;
  • How attempts to solve the problem of long acquisition time have led to other imaging problems;
  • The new solutions to some of these new problems:
  • Driven equilibrium;
  • SPACE readout;
  • Parallel imaging;
  • How Driven equilibrium works;
  • What the SPACE readout does;
  • The 4 main benefits of the SPACE readout;
  • How parallel imaging works;
  • How it affects the different planes you need to view;
  • The other advantages of parallel imaging;
  • How Driven equilibrium, SPACE readout, and parallel imaging can be used in combination to obtain better spine images;
  • How to get better bone images of the spine;
    And much more.

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Keeping current on new medical technology and procedures is time-consuming, but essential to your professional career.

So we’ve distilled the most important facts about Advances in Spine Imaging into a fast-reading report of only about 3,000 words. Authored by Elias R. Melhem, MD, Wallace T. Miller, Sr. Professor of Radiology, and recognized by Best Doctors in America 2007-2008, this is news you can use in your quest for better spine imaging.

Why not invest the next 10 minutes in gaining a deeper understanding of the latest techniques for imaging of the spine?

With kind regards,

Don Deye, M.D.
Medical Director