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body array


Easily adapts to a variety of

body parts, shapes, and anatomies

Enhanced Patient Comfort

Featherlight, soft, and form-fitting to reduce patient stress with its blanket like comfort

Fast Throughput

The split pad allows for fast patient positioning reducing scan time to improve ROI  

Next Gen MRI Coils

Printed next-generation coil technology allows a multi-directional increase in spatial resolution and productivity enhancements to consistently obtain high-resolution images that enable faster diagnosis for improved clinical confidence. 

Radiologists may detect small pathology details and technologists can achieve faster sequences.

Flexible array enables a close fit to maximize the signal-to-noise ratio and provide high spatial and temporal resolution

High coil density maximizes parallel imaging capabilities to improve imaging speed

Coil elements are sized for all patients and without hard nodules so patients can lie on the array comfortably

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Designed for Kids

Our body array is designed for a child's anatomy. It features a reassuring kid-friendly dinosaur-themed design that puts children at ease alleviating anxiety



Our featherlight yet powerful 24-channel coil eliminates the need for coil supports where adult coils are too heavy for the patient, improving fit, image quality and patient comfort

Fast Body Array Set-Up

Our body array pad weighs less than 1 pound making it easy to handle and fast to set up.  This may reduce the time from scan to diagnostic images thereby reducing additional diagnostic procedures. It can improve patient cooperation, which may reduce the need for sedation or anesthesia and reduce the need for repeat exams.

Read our Case Studies

Learn how InkSpace Imaging is setting the new industry standard for printed, flexible, featherlight MR coils

Our body array 

reduces a child's anxiety to improve patient


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body array 

 for a fast and 

efficient MR suite throughput

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