MAGNETOM Espree eco

1.5T in a unique design.

MAGNETOM Espree eco
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MAGNETOM Espree offers a high level of flexibility with innovative applications for each part of the body. It is fully equipped with a broad range of dedicated syngo MR applications in every clinical field.


Evaluation of pathology from disc herniation to acute stroke.
With high-quality morphological and functional techniques.


Examination of ligament tears to cartilage degeneration.
With high-resolution imaging.


Clinical questions can easily be answered. From cardiomyopathies to ischemic heart disease. And from valvular to congenital heart diseases.


Free-breathing high-resolution MRCP to pancreatic and pelvic studies.
(Image: Centro Diagnostico Brazil, Sao Paulo, Brazil)


Excellent contrast and resolution with multiple protocols.
Using ultrafast and motion correction techniques.
(Image: Klinikum Bremen Mitte, Bremen, Germany)


Depiction of vessel diseases with a wide range of contrast and non-contrast enhanced techniques.
(Image: Klinikum Bremen Mitte, Bremen, Germany)


State-of-the-art oncology services for tumor detection. And staging of prostate, liver cancers, and more.
(Image: Labscardiolab Centro, Niteroi, Brazil)

Women’s Health

Streamlined workflow in clinical cases. Including lobular cancer, breast implant assessment, and therapy monitoring.
(Image: Centro de Diagnosticos Brasil, Sao Paulo, Brazil)


syngo.via is a comprehensive imaging IT solution, helping you to process read and share images faster and easier. For both routine and advanced MR interpretation.

It can be seamlessly integrated with MAGNETOM Espree, improving workflow not only at the scanner, but throughout the organization.

Start your engines for routine, oncology, neurology, and cardiovascular cases:

  • syngo.MR General Engine
  • syngo.MR Onco Engine
  • syngo.MR Spectro Engine
  • syngo.MR Cardio Engine
  • syngo.MR Neuro Perfusion Engine

and benefit from numerous applications transforming the way you view, read, and evaluate with your MR images.

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