Clinical Experience with MR-Guided Ablations
Prof. Gerhard Hindricks MD, PhD and Ingo Paetsch MD from the University of Leipzig Heart Center and Christopher Piokowski MD, PhD from the University of Dresden Heart Center
Real-Time Guidance with MRI
MR Active Tracking
MR Active Tracking locates and renders devices in three dimensions, similar to conventional catheter tracking. However, MR Active Tracking is automatically registered and calibrated to the MR images and uses no external patches or sensors.
MR Fluoroscopy is an MR scanning technique that gives physicians fluoroscopic-like visualization of anatomy and devices, similar to what can be seen in an x-ray lab.