Having recently received FDA approval, Toshiba is displaying its Xario XG Ultrasound system at the RSNA conference in Chicago. Featuring Toshiba’s new “4D” image processing technology, which according to Dr. Sara O’Hara, professor of Radiology and director of Ultrasound at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital, “gives physicians the ability to review a volumetric image of a patient after they have left the scan room.” The system, that also sports an 19 inch monitor, “the smallest probes available on the market,” and some fresh software, is capable of the following:
Advanced Dynamic Flow™, which accurately displays blood flow with directional information, even for tiny vessels, and improves diagnoses. ApliPure, which uses real-time spatial and frequency compounding technology to deliver clearer image quality. QuickScan, one touch auto optimization for 2D and Doppler imaging. Trapezoid, which provides wide or expanded field of view imaging.