Magnetic Resonance (MR) Immersion Program

MR Immersion Program

Follow the daily routine of an experienced Radiologist, and perfect your skills on examination, interpretation and patient workflow.

Introduction

Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MR or MRI) is a technique that uses a magnetic field and radio waves to create detailed images of the organs and tissues within your body. Under the GE AHLI MR Immersion Program, follow the daily routine of an experienced Radiologist or Radiographer, and acquire skills on the GE MR system.

MR for Radiologists - At Customer Site

Magnetic Resonance (MR) Immersion Course for Radiologists (At Customer Site)

Overview

This course is targeted at Radiologists and can be conducted in Bahasa Indonesia, or English.

The course covers protocols and parameters optimization and interpretation of MR images as well as differential diagnosis.

Day 1 for the brain and spine imaging:
Learn how to do protocol and parameters adjustment for both brain and spine imaging to optimize the image quality. Also learn how to read and interpret routine MR images of the brain and spine.

Day 2 for case studies:
Review interesting brain and spine cases and images. At the same time learn the differential diagnosis in MR imaging of the central nervous system.

Duration

This is a 2-day course to learn clinical MR imaging and improve utilization of your current MR system. This is conducted at the customer site.

Clinical Areas Covered

Brain MR imaging: Case-based review on brain or cerebral MR imaging. This session will be including T1w, T2w, FLAIR, DWI, PWI, SWI, post gad T1w and also vascular imaging of Circle of Wills as well as the dural venous sinuses.

Spine MR imaging: Case-based review on cervical, thoracic and lumboscral spine MR imaging. This session will include T1w, T2w, STIR, DWI, post gad T1w and also myelography of spinal cord and canal.

Lecturer

Dr Patricia Widjaja (Consultant Radiologist)

Location

Customer site across ASEAN

Objective

• Understand the use of parameters that influence contrast, scan time and SNR
• Learn how to interpret MR images