Technology | November 12, 2009

Auto-Positioning Improves Stitch in DR Imaging

November 12, 2009 - Highlighted by a new digital radiography (DR) auto-positioning for auto-stitch feature, Viztek, the comprehensive medical imaging solution provider, debuts a range of enhancements to its Viztek family of DR products at the upcoming Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) conference.

Viztek DR, which includes single-and dual-detector models, as well as a U-arm configuration, brings the power of advanced DR imaging to facilities of all sizes at an affordable price point. The technology features a flat-panel detector, touch screen interface and rapid four to six-second image turnaround from exposure to display.

With the new Viztek DR auto-positioning for auto-stitch feature, users simply press a button and the device automatically aligns multiple images to create a single picture. The feature automatically compensates for any patient movement across exposures and synthesizes a clean, accurate diagnostic image. Stitching techniques are typically used when an anatomical target exceeds the size of the DR panel. Stitching allows for multiple images to be captured and seamlessly assembled together.

For more information: www.viztek.net

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