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A report by Jeanette Schulz-Menger, GermanyThe debate was well taken by the audience, as this topic is of ongoing interest. Whereas the number of 3T scanners is growing, 1.5T represents the vast majority. In CMR the difference is highly significant as more that 90% of the scans are at 1.5T as published from Oliver Bruder et al (Euro CMR-registry)Read more
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