Imaging Management, Volume 7 - Issue 1, 2007

Philips Introduce New MR Simulator and CT Applications

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Philips has introduced new MR simulator and CT applications to help increase department efficiency and provide valuable information during radiation oncology treatment planning. Recognising that console time is at a premium in busy imaging centres, Philips is announcing the availability of its Tumour LOC application on the workstation. The company is also unveiling Panorama 1.0T R/T, the first high-field open MR simulator. Until now, Tumour Localisation (Tumour LOC) has only been available to Philips Brilliance CT Big Bore customers on the console, but with software release 3.5, this application will be available for purchase on the Extended Brilliance Workspace (EBW). The added convenience will be particularly beneficial for Brilliance Big Bore customers with large respiratory correlated workloads. All of the 4D tools found on the console will now be available on the extended Brilliance Workspace, enhancing workflow efficiency and flexibility in the radiotherapy department.


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Philipshas introduced new MR simulator and CT applications to help increase departmentefficiency and provide valuable information during radiation oncology

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