Bridging the gap between 2D GenRad and CT intelligent lifecycle solutions
Close the gap between 2D imaging and CT. Digital tomosynthesis adds the
advantages of multi-slice scans, with MUSICA image quality and a fast
workflow, to Agfa DR rooms. You get depth information and meaningful answers,
from a rapid, economical and low-dose technique. Turning hidden depths into meaningful answers
Our brand-new, patented tomosynthesis algorithms solve the problem of traditionally slow multi-slice reconstruction. A single sweep provides multiple tomographic slices that are quickly reconstructed into images with less noise and fewer artifacts.
A method for patient care and hospital productivity
Agfa white paper "Digital tomosynthesis – extending conventional
2D X-ray imaging into the next dimension" demonstrates clinical
potential of the technology in productivity-oriented clinical environments.
The paper includes several musculoskeletal cases with indications,
imaging examples, and the added value propositions of digital tomosynthesis.
Versatility and efficiency: a perfect fit
"Having the digital tomosynthesis with our DR 800 offers us an additional
imaging choice that speeds up diagnosis. It reveals things that
might not be visible with classical X-ray. Yet it can be done without
moving the patient from the X-ray department," testifies Robert
Zbyslaw, Radiologist, Ilawa Hospital, Poland.
Another tool in your fight against COVID-19
Digital tomosynthesis enables improved lung disease detection, while
easing the strain on busy CT rooms. In the battle against COVID-19,
healthcare providers are fighting against time. Chest imaging has
a key role to play, including both X-ray and CT. However, in a very
busy crisis environment, CT rooms are often overbooked. At the
same time, hospitals don't want to reserve all their CTs for COVID
cases, due to the need for disinfection before they can be used
for other patients.
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