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Video: The world's first photon-counting CT at MUSC

See how the Medical University of South Carolina is advancing the quality of healthcare with the NAEOTOM Alpha

"This is the first quantum leap in CT technology in almost a decade. This will catapult CT into a new era of medicine."

That's what Dr. Joseph Schoepf, Professor of Radiology, Medicine, and Pediatrics at the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) had to say about the NAEOTOM Alpha – the world's first photon-counting CT.

See how MUSC is taking a quantum leap in reshaping healthcare delivery for their patients as one of the first users of photon-counting CT.
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