A Paediatric Magnetic Resonance Imaging Technique Substituting Fluid-Attenuated Inversion
Recovery Time of the Ernst Angle on Protons Within Paediatric Anatomy to Removing the Need to
Administer an Anaesthetic Newborns, A Short Communication
Victoria University, Institute of Telecommunications, Electronics, Photonics and
Sensors, Melbourne, Australia
*Corresponding Author: Metin Celalettin, Victoria University, Institute of
Telecommunications, Electronics, Photonics and Sensors, Melbourne, Australia.
January 21, 2022; Published: January 20, 2023
Within the boundaries of extant Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) technology for paediatric patients, after 30 days of age, an intravenous
sedative is administered. MRI is a non-invasive imaging procedure that uses a powerful magnetic field and radiofrequencies
and records neuro-anatomical structures at an anatomical target location. Imaging anatomical abnormal and normal tissues in specific
cases necessitate accepting the risk of causing harm to an infant. This article explores the benefits of an MRI using an alternative
to the imaging protocol [1,11].
Keywords: Fluid-Attenuated Paediatric; Anatomy; Newborns
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