NeuroLogica launches new CT scanner

Portable CT developer NeuroLogica of Danvers, MA, is launching a new version of its technology for otolaryngology applications.

CereTom OTOscan is designed to bridge the gap between flat-panel dental scanners commonly used in ear, nose, and throat offices, and more expensive fixed CT scanners found in hospitals and imaging centers, the company said.

CereTom OTOscan is a portable eight-slice CT scanner that acquires 1.25-mm slices per rotation. It is 29 inches long, about 5 ft tall and 4 ft wide, and weighs approximately 750 lb. The system's battery can be recharged in any standard wall outlet and holds enough power to image four to eight patients, according to the company. The scanner also includes a mini-PACS system for use in the physician's office.

By AuntMinnie.com staff writers
April 30, 2007

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