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MRI (Imaging Scan) of Breast Tissue

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Novel MRI Sequence MR Fingerprinting in Breast MRI Feasibility Study

The purpose of this study is to evaluate potential clinical efficacy of a novel magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) approach, MR fingerprinting, capable of providing quantitative measures of important tissue properties, which could provide important insights into normal breast tissue. This new MRI sequence will be added to the screening breast Dynamic Contrast Enhanced (DCE) MRI for high risk normal patients.

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Device - MR Fingerprinting

The MR fingerprinting technique requires less than 15 minutes total and will be added before and after the standard MRI sequence.

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Novel MRI Sequence MR Fingerprinting in Breast MRI Feasibility Study

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NCT03846947

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