Toshiba's as-yet-unnamed Doppler technology can detect very low blood flow in tricky areas like the liver, kidneys, abdomen, and lymph nodes, offering sharp improvement over current ultrasound technology.
Imaging Economics spoke with David Widmann, President and Chief Operating Officer of Konica Minolta Medical Imaging, about how healthcare providers can leverage the potential of primary imaging technology.
With a 6-megapixel screen, the RadiForce RX650 from EIZO is large enough to display numerous radiology applications at once, making it an effective replacement for a dual 3-megapixel monitor setup. The LED backlight offers long service life.
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