helical scanning


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helical scanning

Spiral computed tomography, see there.
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Using standard 64-detector row helical scanning as the benchmark, the effective radiation dose was reduced by 91 percent from 35.
introduces 160-detector row helical scanning,which is the helical scan mode with the largest number of detector rows available at this year's Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) annual meeting, held in Chicago, Nov.
Available on the Aquilion([R]) ONEand Aquilion([R]) Premium system editions, Toshiba's ultra helical scanning can image the entire chest, abdomen and pelvis in less than five seconds, which is 2.
Since ultra helical scanning can capture a routine body scan in less than five seconds, it can improve workflow for facilities by allowing them to complete exams more quickly and accurately.
Variable Helical Pitch (vHP)(a) scanning that allows non-stop helical scanning while performing multiple exams.
Owing to the wide use of CT helical scanning, which Toshiba originally pioneered, the number of examinations per day and the number of images taken per examination have increased, increasing the thermal burden on the X-ray tube.
It is particularly suited for institutions which require the high-performance capabilities of helical scanning and the image quality of solid-state detectors, but due to space limitations have little siting flexibility," says Dionne.
The Xpress/GX provides the performance of helical scanning in a compact system opening the way to wider use of CT scanning.
Continuous 100-second helical scanning is achieved by a high-capacity X-ray tube (3.
Helical scanning is of course a more taxing procedure for the system," said Dr.
Specific advances include helical scanning in CT, fast spin echo in MRI and color flow Doppler in ultrasound.
Recent advances include helical scanning in CT, fast spin echo in MRI and color flow Doppler in ultrasound.