Multi-Parametric Prostate MRI

Multi-parametric prostate MRI (mpPMR) is proving useful for diagnostic accuracy, risk assessment, initial staging, monitoring cancer recurrence and treatment response, tissue characterization and image guidance for interventional procedures.

  • Conventional T1 and T2 weighted acquisitions help rule out hemorrhage while providing prostate gland zonal anatomy detail.
  • Diffusion Weighted Imaging (DWI) for lesion detection features multiple b-values and independent NSA setting for image quality and/or scan times savings.
  • TIGRE dynamic contrast enhanced acquisitions depict wash in / wash out characteristics of suspicious prostate lesions.