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Diagnosis and interventional Adaptive Imaging

The unit Diagnosis and Interventional Adaptive Imaging (IADI) is an Inserm unit (U1254), whose speciality is developping various techniques and methods to improve imaging of moving organs. Its research covers several research domains: the MR physics and the acquisition of MR images, the clinical methodology and validations.

This new lab has been labelled Inserm in 2009.

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Clinical applications

A coronal abdominal MR image covering the kidney and blader acquired dynamically with contrast agent injection to study the kidney function.

Located just next to the clinical services, our objective is to allow the technical transfer to benefit the patients in CHRU Nancy-Brabois. We developed the free-breathing MR acquisition so that the patient who suffer from the difficulties in holding their breath (old people and children) can also take the MR exam that conventionally requires patients to do so.

With close collaboration with CIC-IT (Clinical investigation Centre: technology innovation, CIC-P (Clinical investigation Centre: multi-discipline) and CIC-EC (Clinical investigation Centre: Clinical trials) and clinical services in CHRU, we have proposed our innovative imaging techniques for clinical research protocols in various areas: cardiology, cancerology, neurology, etc...