Cape Town MRI | Neurology
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MRI is the ultimate tool for diagnostic imaging and neuroscience research. Providing morphological images with the highest spatial resolution and unmatched soft tissue contrast as well as unique functional information of the CNS.
97% of MRI sites perform brain exams and 1 in 4 MRI scans is of the brain,1 making it one of the most commonly performed exams in neurology. But reimbursments have dropped by 45%,2 and improved throughput crucial.

Maximize MRI productivity in neuro imaging: Siemens MRI offers a comprehensive solution portfolio for diagnostic imaging and neuroscience research. With our latest innovations for brain imaging – GOBrain and Simultaneous Multi-Slice – we not only maximize productivity, but also bring advanced DTI and BOLD techniques into clinical routine and reduce the need for sedation and rescans.

Simultaneous Multi-Slice – Accelerate advanced neuro applications for clinical routine

Siemens - MR Neuro Imaging - Simultaneous Multi-Slice

Simultaneous Multi-Slice is a paradigm shift in MRI acquisition. This revolutionary technology helps cut neuro DWI scan times by as much as 68%,1 and significantly improves temporal resolution for BOLD fMRI, for higher sensitivity and specificity.

Your benefits:

  • Reduce imaging time for diffusion MRI by up to 68%1
  • Bring advanced DTI and BOLD into clinical routine
  • Push the limits in brain imaging research with acceleration factors up to 81


GOBrain – Push-button brain exams in 5 minutes2

Massachusetts General Hospital and Athinoula A. Martinos Center for Biomedical Imaging
GOBrain offers clinically validated push-button brain exams in just 5 minutes. With all relevant orientations and contrasts helping to reduce the need for sedation and rescans.
Your benefits:
  • Improve diagnostic processes for neurological patients
  • Reduce the need for sedation, rescans and call-backs
  • Improve patient throughput and reduce costs per scan