Clinical Trial

Advanced Fetal Imaging - Phase II

Study Description

Advanced Fetal Imaging - Phase II

The goal of Advanced Fetal Imaging - Phase II is to advance fetal MRI imaging by designing MRI coils specifically for pregnant women and testing recently developed MRI image acquisition techniques. The investigators aim to more reliably obtain higher quality fetal MRI images when compared to current clinical fetal MRI.

Location

Locations Selected Location

Methods

No pharmaceutical medication involved No pharmaceutical medication involved
Patients and healthy individuals accepted Patients and healthy individuals accepted

Device - Investigational MRI coil designed for pregnant women

The investigational MRI receiver coil designed specifically for pregnant women will be used during the 60 minute full research MRI scan. An MRI receiver coil is part of the MRI machine that is placed over the body part being imaged during every MRI scan. A coil is required to obtain MR images, yet there isn't one designed for pregnant women. This investigational MRI receiver coil for pregnant women will be tested to see if it helps improve image quality and take images faster.

Procedure - MRI Scan

All participants will participate in an MRI scan. The add-on MRI scan will be 15 minutes. The full MRI scan will be 60 minutes.

Additional Information

Official Study Title

Advanced Fetal Imaging - Phase II

Clinical Trial ID

NCT02840019

ParticipAid ID

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