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Angiography (Angio-CT)

Angio-CT
Angio-CT

GEST Asia 2016

Toshihiro Tanaka, MD, PhD
Why we chose the Angio CT.
-For safer, more precise IR -
Department of Radiology
Nara Medical University, Japan

Chair : Boris Guiu, MD,PhD
           Department of Radiology
           CHU Montpellier, France

Interventional Radiology 2013 - Angio CT Studies Update
  • Interventional Radiology 2013 - Angio CT Studies Update (PDF:1.60MB)New
    EDUCATIONAL SESSION REVIEW
    Workshop: Interventional Radiology-CT Workshop 2013
    Chair: Tan Bien Soo MD, Associate Professor, Department of Diagnostic Radiology, Singapore General Hospital
    Speakers: Yasuaki Arai MD, Director of Hospital, Chief, Department of Diagnostic Radiology, National Cancer Center Hospital, Tokyo, Japan; Tay Kiang Hiong MD, Associate Professor, Department of Diagnostic Radiology, Singapore General Hospital; Farah Irani MD, Consultant, Department of Diagnostic Radiology, Singapore General Hospital; Miyuki Sone MD, Consultant, Department of Diagnostic Radiology, National Cancer Center Hospital, Tokyo, Japan; Apoorva Gogna MD, Associate Consultant, Department of Diagnostic Radiology, Singapore General Hospital; Mr Cornelio Padre, Senior Radiographer, Department of Diagnostic Radiology, Singapore General Hospital

Angio-CT

A combined-modality system incorporating an angiography system and an X-ray CT scanner, permitting angiography and CT examinations to be performed in the same room.

Combined-modality system, developed in Japan
This is a dedicated interventional system that supports a wide range of interventional procedures. It is ideal for catheter-based embolization therapy. In addition, the use of CT fluoroscopy in combination makes it possible to perform biopsy procedures in the best accuracy.

INFX-8000C + CT (Aquilion)

  • Ceiling-suspended system
  • Single-plane
  • 30cm × 40cm FPD
  • The ceiling-suspended C-arm system equipped with a 30cm × 40cm FPD is combined with an X-ray CT scanner (Aquilion).
  • It supports sophisticated vascular/nonvascular interventional procedures, including intra-arterial CTA/CTP embolization and biopsy under CT fluoroscopic guidance.
  • The system can be used with Neuro, General, and Universal options, facilitating diagnosis and treatment in the head and abdomen. Toshiba Medical's 3D angiography function permits the reconstruction mode to be selected from among multiple options according to the specific clinical objective, minimizing the acquisition time and providing high-quality 3D images. In addition, Low Contrast Imaging (LCI), a cone beam CT application for the visualization of soft tissues, is available for the diagnosis of not only the vascular system but also the entire body.

CT systems to be combined.

Aquilion™

INFX-8000C