MRI safety of a programmable shunt sssistant (proSA) at 3 and 7 Tesla

M. Javad Mirzayan, Joerg Knebel, Petra M. Klinge, Madjid Samii, Friedrich Goetz, Christoph Miethke & Joachim K. Krauss
Objective: Several new shunt technologies have been developed to optimize hydrocephalus treatment within the past few years. Overdrainage, however, still remains an unresolved problem. One new technology which may avoid this complication is the use of a programmable shunt assistant (proSA). The aim [for full text, please go to the a.m. URL]