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Fujifilm unveils its new MR Echelon Synergy MRI Machine

Video-Fujifilm unveils its new MR Echelon Synergy MRI Machine

Representatives from Fujifilm Healthcare Middle East and Africa discussed the key features of the newly launched MRI Machine and how it will continue the legacy of FF patient-friendly approaches in MR.

Artificial intelligence (AI) applications are currently growing in our daily lives at a never-before-seen rate, and they are also dominating medical imaging. Due to the intrinsic soft-tissue contrast of MRI, the variety of structural and physiological acquisition techniques, and its diagnostic potential, AI is especially widely used in magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). A new era of quantitative imaging that fully makes use of these massive data structures will replace MRI's mostly qualitative therapeutic uses in the coming years. AI has all the necessary components to be the instrument that might be able to push the limits of traditional MRI scans to the next level because MR images, more than any other techniques, include a significant quantity of information.

According to Meta AI Research, using artificial intelligence (AI) to recreate magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) data more quickly than usual techniques will increase access and decrease wait times, this addresses one of the pain points for several hospitals.

Fujifilm's MR Echelon Synergy MRI Machine is powered by AI technology and aims to capture scans from patients in a comfortable setting, which reducing time and obtain high quality images.

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