It completes advanced ultrasound exams, which are usually performed by larger and more expensive ultrasound systems. Despite the small size and more affordable prize, it delivers a premium performance in a portable platform. When creating this system, Toshiba teamed up with sonographers and clinicians to optimize it for their needs. Therefore, the system is light, and ergonomically correct. Hereby reducing strain and repetitional movements of users. A smaller, lighter form provides better maneuverability around patients.
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The function provides three enhancement levels and automatically selects the best scan angle. Changing the position of the light can help the user better identify pathological changes and skin defects.
Comparable to virtual endoscopy, Fly Thru adds cross-sectional ultrasound information to the plain surface data, making it a tool for exploring lesions and ingrowing masses, as well as to assist in planning and follow-up of interventions such as placing stents or grafts. These protocols can be edited and saves the user time. The image is adjusted according to the examination position determined using a magnetic sensor attached to the transducers.
This function shows good image quality for visualizing structures like small calcifications in breast. The user can select both dynamic propagation speed and elasticity displays for visual assessment and quantification. Areas with distorted or absent shear wave propagation are easily recognized by means of a disrupted wave front. Measurement using Panoramic View can be performed. The set plane can also be reconstructed. This quad display with Fusion shows the live ultrasound image in sync with multiple views of the pre-loaded data.
Toshiba Aplio MX SSA-780A
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