FSP OMRI - Brain

  1. Brain Routine
    • 1) SAG FLAIR  
    • 2) TRS T2 FSE
    • 3) TRS T1
    • 4) TRS FLAIR

    • TRS GE T2*     (Only Trauma/CVA or > 65yo)
    • TRS DW     (If combined with carotid MRA)
    • COR T2     (Only for Seizures)

    •     Post Contrast
    • 1) TRS T1
    • 2) SAG T1
  2. Brain Demyelinating Disease
    • - MS
    • - Lymes
    • - Numbness  
    • - Paraesthesia – (пэрэсти'жия) abnormal sensation, typically tingling or pricking
    • - Optic Neuritis – inflammation that damages the optic nerve

    • 1) SAG FLAIR  
    • 2) TRS T2 FSE
    • 3) TRS T1
    • 4) TRS FLAIR
    • 5) TRS GE T2*
    •     Post Contrast
    • 1) TRS T1
    • 2) SAG T1
  3. Brain Diffusion
    • - TIA - Transient Ischemic Attack - stroke that lasts only a few minutes
    • - CVA - stroke
    • - Infarct

    • 1) SAG FLAIR  
    • 2) TRS T2 FSE
    • 3) TRS T1
    • 4) TRS FLAIR
    • 5) TRS GE T2*
    • 6) TRS Diffusion B0
    • 7) TRS Diffusion A/P
    • 8) TRS Diffusion L/R
    • 9) TRS Diffusion H/F

    •     Post Contrast
    • 1) TRS T1
    • 2) SAG T1
  4. Brain I.A.C
    • - Nerve VIII - Vestibulocochlear
    •      - sound
    •      - equilibrium (balance)
    • - Hearing Loss
    • - Tinnitus
    • - CP Angle Tumors
    •      - CPA - Cerebellopontine angle
    •      - most common neoplasms in the posterior fossa
    • - Acoustic Neuroma

    • 1) SAG FLAIR  
    • 2) TRS T2 FSE
    • 3) TRS T1
    • 4) TRS FLAIR
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    • 5) TRS T1 High Res
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    • 6) COR T1 High Res
    •  

    TRS GE T2*            (Only Trauma/CVA or > 65yo)

    •     Post Contrast
    • 1) TRS T1     Full Coverage
    • 2) SAG T1     Full Coverage
    • 3) TRS T1         High Res
    • 4) COR T1        High Res.
  5. Brain Orbits
    • 1) SAG FLAIR  
    • 2) TRS T2 FSE
    • 3) TRS FLAIR
    • 5) COR T1 HR

    •         If contrast
    • 5) TRS T1     - HR or FATSEP/SAT
    • 7) SAG T1      - HR or FATSEP/SAT

    •         If brain and orbits ordered
    • 8) TRS T1
    • 9) TRS GE T2*

    •      Post Contrast
    • 1) TRS T1     Full Coverage
    • 2) SAG T1     Full Coverage
    • 3) COR T1     HR or FATSEP/SAT
    • 4) TRS T1      HR or FATSEP/SAT
    • 5) SAG T1     HR or FATSEP/SAT
  6. Brain Posterior Fossa
    • - Vertigo
    • - Dizziness
    • - Imbalance

    • 1) SAG FLAIR  
    • 2) TRS T2 FSE
    • 3) TRS T1
    • 4) TRS FLAIR
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    • 5) TRS T2 HR     Thin through the posterior fossa

    •     Post Contrast
    • 1) TRS T1
    • 2) SAG T1
    • 3) TRS T1 HR      Thin through the posterior fossa
  7. Brain Seizure
    • 1) SAG FLAIR  
    • 2) TRS T2 FSE
    • 3) TRS T1
    • 4) TRS FLAIR
    • 5) COR T2
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    • 6) COR HR FSE     < 3.5mm x 4mm (perpendicular to the floor of the hippocampi)

    TRS GE T2*    (Only Trauma/CVA or > 65yo)

    •     Post Contrast
    • 1) TRS T1    Full Coverage
    • 2) SAG T1
  8. Brain Nerves V, VII
    • - Nerve V - Trigeminal
    •      - function in the face and mouth
    • - Nerve VII - Facial
    •      - facial expression
    •      - taste sensation from the anterior two-thirds of the tongue

    • - Trigeminal Neuralgia
    •      - chronic pain affects the trigeminal nerve, which carries sensation from the face to the brain
    • - Schwannoma
    •      - tumor of the tissue that covers nerves
    • - Neuroma
    • - Bells Palsy
    •      - muscles on one side of your face become weak or paralyzed

    • 1) SAG FLAIR  
    • 2) TRS T2 FSE
    • 3) TRS T1
    • 4) TRS FLAIR
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    • 5) TRS T2 HR - thin through midbrain
    •          - Non-contrast exams
    • 6) TRS T1 HR - thin through midbrain
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    • 7) COR T1 HR - thin like for IAC

    TRS GE T2*      (Only Trauma/CVA or > 65yo)

    •     Post Contrast
    • 1) TRS T1    Full Coverage
    • 2) SAG T1
    • 3) TRS T1     Thin High Res.
    • 4) COR T1     Thin High Res
  9. Brain Sella
    • 1) SAG FLAIR  
    • 2) TRS T2 FSE
    • 3) TRS T1
    • 4) TRS FLAIR
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    • 5) SAG T1 HR    coning down (manual reduced FOV) on Sella
    • Image Upload 10
    • 6) COR T1 HR    coning down (manual reduced FOV) on Sella

    TRS GE T2*     (Only Trauma/CVA or > 65yo)

    •     Post Contrast
    • 1) TRS T1
    • 2) SAG T1
    • 3) SAG T1 HR    coning down (manual reduced FOV) on Sella
    • 4) COR T1 HR    coning down (manual reduced FOV) on Sella
  10. Brain Pineal Cyst
    • 1) SAG FLAIR  
    • 2) TRS T2 FSE
    • 3) TRS T1
    • 4) TRS FLAIR
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    • 5) SAG T1         3mm (through cyst) as shown

    TRS GE T2*     (Only Trauma/CVA or > 65yo)

    •     Post Contrast
    • 1) TRS T1
    • 2) SAG T1
    • 3) SAG T1       3mm (through cyst) as shown
  11. Brain Olfactory Nerve I
    Nerve I - Olfactory - smell

    • 1) SAG FLAIR  
    • 2) TRS T2 FSE
    • 3) TRS T1
    • 4) TRS FLAIR
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    • 5) COR T2
    • Image Upload 14
    • 6) COR FSE HR    < 3.5mm x 4mm
    • 7) COR T1 HR       < 3.5mm x 4mm

    8) TRS GE T2*     (Only Trauma/CVA or > 65yo)

    •     Post Contrast
    • 1) TRS T1
    • 2) SAG T1
    • 3) COR T1 HR              < 3.5mm x 4mm
  12. Brain Nerves III, IV, VI
    • Nerve III - Oculomotor
    •      - eye’s movements
    • Nerve IV - Trochlear
    •      - superior oblique muscle of the eye
    • Nerve VI - Abducens
    •      - lateral rectus muscle of the eye

    • - Cranial Nerve Palsy
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    • - Cavernous Sinus - one of the dural venous sinuses of the head

    • 1) SAG FLAIR  
    • 2) TRS T2 FSE
    • 3) TRS T1
    • 4) TRS FLAIR
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    • 5) TRS T1 HR
    • Image Upload 17
    • 6) COR T1 HR     (non-contrast exams only)

    TRS GE T2*     (Only Trauma/CVA or > 65yo)

    •     Post Contrast
    • 1) TRS T1
    • 2) TRS T1 High Res.
    • 3) TRS T1
  13. Head Face or Paranasal Sinuses
    • 1) SAG FLAIR  
    • 2) TRS T2 FSE
    • 3) TRS T1
    • 4) TRS STIR
    • Image Upload 18
    • 5) COR T1 THIN     
    • 6) COR T2 THIN     (Use pediatric protocol)

    TRS GE T2*     (Only Trauma/CVA or > 65yo)

    •     Post Contrast
    • 1) TRS T1
    • 2) COR T1 THIN
  14. Paraesthesia
    (пэрэсти'жия) abnormal sensation, typically tingling or pricking
  15. Optic Neuritis
    inflammation that damages the optic nerve
  16. abnormal sensation, typically tingling or pricking
    Paraesthesia - (пэрэсти'жия)
  17. inflammation that damages the optic nerve
    Optic Neuritis
  18. What study for MS?
    Brain Demyelinating Disease
  19. What study for Lymes?
    Brain Demyelinating Disease
  20. What study for Numbness?
    Brain Demyelinating Disease
  21. What study for Paraesthesia?
    Brain Demyelinating Disease
  22. What study for Optic Neuritis?
    Brain Demyelinating Disease
  23. TIA
    Transient Ischemic Attack - stroke that lasts only a few minutes
  24. stroke that lasts only a few minutes
    TIA - Transient Ischemic Attack
  25. What study for TIA - Transient Ischemic Attack?
    Brain Diffusion
  26. What study for CVA?
    Brain Diffusion
  27. What study for Infarct?
    Brain Diffusion
  28. CPA
    • - Cerebellopontine Angle
    • - most common neoplasms in the posterior fossa
  29. most common neoplasms in the posterior fossa
    CPA - Cerebellopontine Angle
  30. What study for Nerve VIII?
    Brain I.A.C
  31. What study for Hearing Loss?
    Brain I.A.C.
  32. What study for Tinnitus?
    Brain I.A.C
  33. What study for CPA - Cerebellopontine angle?
    Brain I.A.C
  34. What study for Vertigo?
    Brain Posterior Fossa
  35. What study for Dizziness?
    Brain Posterior Fossa
  36. What study for Imbalance?
    Brain Posterior Fossa
  37. Trigeminal Neuralgia
    - chronic pain affects the trigeminal nerve, which carries sensation from the face to the brain
  38. Schwannoma
    - tumor of the tissue that covers nerves
  39. Bells Palsy
    - muscles on one side of your face become weak or paralyzed
  40. chronic pain affects the trigeminal nerve, which carries sensation from the face to the brain
    Trigeminal Neuralgia
  41. tumor of the tissue that covers nerves
    Schwannoma
  42. muscles on one side of your face become weak or paralyzed
    Bells Palsy
  43. What study for Trigeminal Neuralgia?
    Brain Nerves V, VI
  44. What study for Schwannoma?
    Brain Nerves V, VI
  45. What study for Neuroma?
    Brain Nerves V, VI
  46. What study for Bells Palsy?
    Brain Nerves V, VI
  47. Cavernous Sinus
    one of the dural venous sinuses of the head
  48. What study for Cranial Nerve Palsy?
    Brain Nerves III, IV, VI
  49. What study for Cavernous Sinus?
    Brain Nerves III, IV, VI
  50. one of the dural venous sinuses of the head
    Cavernous Sinus
  51. What study for Cranial Nerve Palsy?
    Brain Nerves III, IV, VI
  52. What study for Cavernous Sinus?
    Brain Nerves III, IV, VI
  53. Nerve I
    • olfactory
    •    - smell
  54. Nerve II
    • optic nerve
    •    - visual
  55. Nerve III
    • oculomotor
    •    - eye’s movements
  56. Nerve IV
    • trochlear
    •    - superior oblique muscle of the eye
  57. Nerve V
    • trigeminal
    •    - function in the face and mouth
  58. Nerve VI
    • abducens
    •    - lateral rectus muscle of the eye
  59. Nerve VII
    • facial
    •    - facial expression
    •    - taste sensation from the anterior two-thirds of the tongue
  60. Nerve VIII
    • vestibulocochlear
    •    - sound
    •    - equilibrium (balance)
  61. Nerve IX
    • glossopharyngeal
    •    - sensory information from
    •       - tonsils
    •       - pharynx
    •       - middle ear
    •       - rest of the tongue.
  62. Nerve X
    • vagus
    •    - heart rate
    •    - sweating
    •    - muscle movements in the mouth
  63. Nerve XI
    • spinal accessory
    •    - muscles of the shoulder and neck
  64. Nerve XII
    • hypoglossal
    •    - tongue movements of speech
    •    - food manipulation
    •    - swallowing
  65. Nerve for lateral rectus muscle of the eye
    abducens nerve (VI)
  66. Nerve for muscles of facial expression
    facial nerve (VII)
  67. Nerve for taste sensations from the anterior two-thirds of the tongue
    facial nerve (VII)
  68. Nerve for transmitting sound
    vestibulocochlear nerve (VIII)
  69. Nerve for equilibrium (balance)
    vestibulocochlear nerve (VIII)
  70. Nerve for tonsils
    glossopharyngeal nerve (IX)
  71. Nerve for pharynx
    glossopharyngeal nerve (IX)
  72. Nerve for middle ear
    glossopharyngeal nerve (IX)
  73. Nerve for rest of the tongue
    glossopharyngeal nerve (IX)
  74. Nerve for heart rate
    vagus nerve (X)
  75. Nerve for sweating
    vagus nerve (X)
  76. Nerve for muscle movements in the mouth
    vagus nerve (X)
  77. Nerve for shoulder and neck
    spinal accessory (XI)
  78. Nerve for tongue movements of speech
    hypoglossal nerve (XII)
  79. Nerve for food manipulation
    hypoglossal nerve (XII)
  80. Nerve for swallowing
    hypoglossal nerve (XII)
  81. Nerve for function in the face and mouth
    trigeminal nerve (V)
  82. Nerve for superior oblique muscle of the eye
    trochlear nerve (IV)
  83. Nerve for eye’s movements
    oculomotor nerve (III)
  84. Nerve for visual information
    optic nerve (II)
  85. Nerve for sense of smell
    olfactory nerve (I)
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FSP OMRI - Brain
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FSP OMRI - Brain
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