3T MRI in paediatrics: challenges and clinical applications.

  title={3T MRI in paediatrics: challenges and clinical applications.},
  author={Michael R. Ditchfield},
  journal={European journal of radiology},
  volume={68 2},
3T MRI is being increasingly performed for clinical purposes in paediatrics, primarily because of the potential to improve spatial and temporal resolution - these can assist in overcoming the unique anatomic, physiologic and behavioural challenges of imaging children. The increased spatial resolution improves the capacity to image small patients; with particular reference to smaller structures such as the inner ear, brachial plexus, biliary system and the vascular system. The challenges… CONTINUE READING

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