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Magnetic Resonance Imaging
Colin J. McCarthy, MB, BCh, BAO, MRCSI, FFR (RCSI)
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KEY FACTS

  • Terminology

    • Imaging Anatomy

      • Clinical Implications

        TERMINOLOGY

        • Abbreviations

          • Magnetic resonance (MR) imaging
        • Definitions

          • Use of MR to guide/monitor procedures in near real time
          • Term procedural MR describes use of MR imaging techniques for guidance &/or monitoring of minimally invasive procedures
          • Typically, entire procedure is therefore performed in MR suite

        IMAGING ANATOMY

        • General Anatomic Considerations

          • Imaging Protocols

            CLINICAL IMPLICATIONS

            • Introduction

              • Potential Benefits

                • Challenges

                  • Availability

                    Selected References

                    1. American College of Radiology: ACR–ASNR practice parameter for the performance of nonbreast magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) guided procedures. https://www.acr.org/-/media/acr/files/practice-parameters/mr-guided-nonbreast.pdf. Reviewed May 20, 2019. Accessed May 20, 20109
                    2. Barkhausen J et al: White paper: interventional MRI: current status and potential for development considering economic perspectives, part 1: General Application. Rofo. 189(7):611-23, 2017
                    3. Garnon J et al: MRI-guided percutaneous biopsy of mediastinal masses using a large bore magnet: technical feasibility. Cardiovasc Intervent Radiol. 39(5):761-7, 2016
                    4. Fritz J et al: Real-time MR fluoroscopy-navigated lumbar facet joint injections: feasibility and technical properties. Eur Radiol. 18(7):1513-8, 2008
                    5. Tatli S et al: Interventional MRI for oncologic applications. Tech Vasc Interv Radiol. 10(2):159-70, 2007
                    6. Petersilge CA et al: MR arthrography of the shoulder: rethinking traditional imaging procedures to meet the technical requirements of MR imaging guidance. AJR Am J Roentgenol. 169(5):1453-7, 1997
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                    KEY FACTS

                    • Terminology

                      • Imaging Anatomy

                        • Clinical Implications

                          TERMINOLOGY

                          • Abbreviations

                            • Magnetic resonance (MR) imaging
                          • Definitions

                            • Use of MR to guide/monitor procedures in near real time
                            • Term procedural MR describes use of MR imaging techniques for guidance &/or monitoring of minimally invasive procedures
                            • Typically, entire procedure is therefore performed in MR suite

                          IMAGING ANATOMY

                          • General Anatomic Considerations

                            • Imaging Protocols

                              CLINICAL IMPLICATIONS

                              • Introduction

                                • Potential Benefits

                                  • Challenges

                                    • Availability

                                      Selected References

                                      1. American College of Radiology: ACR–ASNR practice parameter for the performance of nonbreast magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) guided procedures. https://www.acr.org/-/media/acr/files/practice-parameters/mr-guided-nonbreast.pdf. Reviewed May 20, 2019. Accessed May 20, 20109
                                      2. Barkhausen J et al: White paper: interventional MRI: current status and potential for development considering economic perspectives, part 1: General Application. Rofo. 189(7):611-23, 2017
                                      3. Garnon J et al: MRI-guided percutaneous biopsy of mediastinal masses using a large bore magnet: technical feasibility. Cardiovasc Intervent Radiol. 39(5):761-7, 2016
                                      4. Fritz J et al: Real-time MR fluoroscopy-navigated lumbar facet joint injections: feasibility and technical properties. Eur Radiol. 18(7):1513-8, 2008
                                      5. Tatli S et al: Interventional MRI for oncologic applications. Tech Vasc Interv Radiol. 10(2):159-70, 2007
                                      6. Petersilge CA et al: MR arthrography of the shoulder: rethinking traditional imaging procedures to meet the technical requirements of MR imaging guidance. AJR Am J Roentgenol. 169(5):1453-7, 1997