E-MRIExtremity Magnetic Resonance Imaging
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E-MRI doesn't do as well in the detection of bone edema.
E-MRI also performs well on sensitivity to erosion change--with one study, as yet unpublished, showing that e-MRI has more than twice the sensitivity to change than x-rays alone.
Together with the G-scan Brio, Esaote introduces the new E-MRI Brio Release 2 platform, a combination of acquisition and reconstruction of 2D sequences that substantially speeds up the MRI examination while emphasizing high image quality.