MR SOLUTIONS WILL PRESENT PRECLINICAL MULTI-MODALITY IMAGING SYSTEMS AT ISMRM IN TORONTO
MR Solutions, a UK-based company, will unveil its multi-modality imaging systems in Toronto at the 23rd Annual Meeting of the International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (ISMRM) from May 30th to June 5th, 2015.
MR Solutions will be demonstrating the latest multi-modality imaging modules for use in veterinary practice and laboratories which can be used in conjunction with existing cryogen-free (no liquid helium required) 3T, 4.7T, and 7T MRI systems. Scans can be performed in multiple configurations: independent, sequential or simultaneous acquisition. The new PET-MRI and SPECT-MRI modules can be attached to the front of the MRI machine enabling a complete synergism from anatomical to functional data.
David Taylor, the CEO, of MR Solutions commented: “We are always looking at ways to go one step further and have developed multi-modality technology incorporating SPECT and PET, with optical technology also due. Now that multi-modality technology can be used in the same room it makes it so much easier for researchers to produce multifaceted research results. These multi-modality systems will be demonstrated on booth 523 at the ISMRM”.
In the past years, the field of multi-modal imaging has seen rapid progress. Using 2 or more modalities at once is vital to get a complete picture of an illness or condition. It also improves workflow, diagnostic accuracy and therapeutic planning.
MR Solutions has over 30 years’ experience and thousands of installed systems worldwide. Its systems are renowned for their accuracy, quality and soft tissue contrast.
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