Toshiba America Medical Systems

2007 11 02 12 22 12 706

(Booth 7130) Look for Tustin, CA-based Toshiba America Medical Systems to launch 4D volume imaging applications at the 2007 RSNA show, along with a microconvex transducer and an upgrade to its Xario XG scanner.

2007 11 02 12 21 59 706Toshiba's suite of 4D volume imaging applications enable physicians to obtain improved transvaginal/ob, small parts, and abdominal imaging procedures with less variation in acquired images, according to the company. Toshiba believes that the ability to analyze data after the patient is discharged improves productivity and provides a more accurate diagnosis.

Toshiba will showcase a full line of 4D transducers, including a microconvex transducer that provides better images of the abdomen and is useful for guiding radiofrequency ablations, the company said. Other 4D transducers include endocavity and linear probes.

The Xario XG upgrade features a 19-inch monitor and comes standard with bundled software that includes an advanced dynamic flow feature to display blood-flow direction even in tiny blood vessels. Also included in the upgrade is Toshiba's ApliPure technology, which uses spatial and frequency compounding to deliver clearer images, and QuickScan, a one-touch auto-optimization for 2D and Doppler imaging.

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