MR Neuro imaging

70% of radiologists consider neuro indications to be challenging, mostly due to a lack of appropriate imaging and visualization techniques¹. Philips aims to provide the best possible diagnostic clarity and treatment guidance for all patients with neurological disorders.


By leveraging our dStream digital platform, this year, we are introducing, a set of novel imaging and visualization strategies. These may empower you to resolve complex neuro questions with more certainty, as well as unlock new neuro territories in advanced Neurofunctional applications. This is a key step towards elevating neuro diagnostics and ultimately touching more lives with MR imaging.


¹ TMTG Market Survey 2016


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FieldStrength MRI articles

St. Joseph’s Hospital, USA
MRI in a Neuro Emergency department for fast, confident decisions

When MRI is the preferred choice, ED patients can get fast MRI and fast diagnosis.

University of Vermont Medical Center, USA
UVM brain protocols upgraded with latest methods

UVM appreciates latest neuro MR methods for diagnosing and workflow.




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Black Blood MRI imaging of HIV patient with brain vasculitis

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