Canon's ultra high-res CT system gets FDA nod

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Canon's ultra high-res CT system gets FDA nod

by Lauren Dubinsky, Senior Reporter | April 10, 2018
CT Medical Devices X-Ray
The Aquilion Precision CT
Canon Medical Systems USA Inc. announced on Monday that the FDA cleared its Aquilion Precision CT system.

According to the company, this is the world’s first ultra-high resolution (UHR) CT system.

Its UHR detector has been designed to provide more than double the image resolution of conventional CT technology. The system can also image anatomy as small as 150 microns.

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The detector channels are only 0.25 millimeters thick and significant improvements have been made to scintillator quantum efficiency, detector circuitry and other data acquisition system components. All of those factors provide better dose efficiency.

The Aquilion Precision is also equipped with the company’s new automated Model-Based Iterative Reconstruction (MBIR) technology, which reduces noise and maintains resolution. This is the first MBIR optimized for UHR CT.

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