Performance. Unprecedented.

The uMR 790 empowers collaborative and innovative research with exceptional gradient performance and ultra-high homogeneity, delivering finely detailed anatomical structures and valuable functional information. Outstanding long-lasting stability and consistency facilitate group studies and multicenter clinical research projects. An extensive range of advanced applications enables complex examinations across the whole body, taking your capabilities to the next level.

The exceptional 90 mT/m & 200 T/m/s (simultaneous on each axis) of the uMR 790 unlocks higher signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) for neuroimaging, enabling new applications for neuroscience exploration. The excellent homogeneity and large FOV provide a solid foundation for any research application.

Make New Discoveries

Homogeneity is the foundation for MRI that yields excellent image quality, uniformity, and fat saturation.​ Every, uMR 790 system delivers world-class homogeneity that is necessary for high quality whole-body imaging necessary for novel research.

Exquisite Imaging for Research

The ADEPT platform for pulse sequence development and the  GADGETRON collaboration tools help simplify multi-center collaboration including sharing of raw data, new pulse sequences, and reconstruction algorithms. 

Simplified Collaboration

Diagram that shows the MR research workflow of the uMR 790.

Founded on Innovation

A dark uMR 790 3T MRI gantry that is backlit through the patient bore opening

Best In-Class Uniform Magnet

Unmatched homogeneity (0.055 ppm @ 30 cm DSV (Typical)), means that you can reliably achieve skin-to-skin fat saturation, while the spacious 50 x 50 x 50 cm field-of-view allows for easy patient positioning.

Labels pointing at human anatomy demonstrating the types of scans uAI EasyScan can help with.

1-Click Convenience with uAI EasyScan

uAI EasyScan automatically completes scanning subtasks such as slab placement, orientation, and vertebral labeling for most exam types. uAI EasyScan also allows the flexibility to add, remove, or copy protocols during scanning.

An animated diagram showing uCS 2.0 platform for accelerated MRI acquisition

United Compressed Sensing (uCS® 2.0)

uCS 2.0 is a novel approach to Compressed Sensing (CS) which incorporates prior knowledge of Partial Fourier, Parallel Imaging, and CS as weightings to mitigate artifacts and allows for exceptional acquisition speed and image quality. 

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Powerful Gradient Strength

The fully accessible 100/200 gradient strength of the uMR 790, allows for high contrast, high resolution, and fast imaging. The inclusive suite of sequences allow for single and multi-voxel MR spectroscopy, neuro and body diffusion, DTI, and fMRI.

Innovation that Delivers

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Effortless, High-Quality Images

Investing in the high homogeneity and powerful gradient system of the uMR 790 system with fast and high-resolution imaging can minimize image artifacts and help to prevent revenue loss from repeat studies.

Easily Collaborate with Peers

The ADEPT research platform provides a central repository for storing data, which makes it easy for researchers to share with each other. Data can be shared securely and easily, and researchers can track who has access to what data. 

Expand Clinical Research

Inclusive advanced applications on the console such as whole-body Oncology, Cardiology, Spectroscopy, DTI, and fMRI to help expand research possibilities at 3T.

Easy to Learn User Interface

With the easy to use and learn uExceed® software Investigators can quickly bring staff  onboard and will appreciate the workflow optimization with the one-click scanning of uAI EasyScan for research projects.

Outcome of Innovation

Resting-state fMRI
Head DTI
Cardiac Mapping
0.4mm Isotropic vessel wall T1W Matrix 3D FS
0.1mm High-resolution head imaging
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