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Hitachi enhances open MRIsoftware

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Newly released Version 4.2 software for Hitachi’s Airis II includes diffusion-weighted imaging (based on echo-planar imaging) for the diagnosis of acute ischemia and other neurological disorders; contrast-enhanced MR angiography appropriate for

Newly released Version 4.2 software for Hitachi’s Airis II includes diffusion-weighted imaging (based on echo-planar imaging) for the diagnosis of acute ischemia and other neurological disorders; contrast-enhanced MR angiography appropriate for vascular studies; and FatSep, a fat-suppression technique for enhancing the visualization of musculoskeletal anatomy.

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