Toshiba America Medical Systems Inc. will showcase its Aquilion Large Bore (LB) at this year’s ASTRO Meeting. With a bore opening of 90 cm and a 70 cm acquired field-of-view, the Aquilion LB makes it possible to accurately scan patients of all sizes in various positions for image acquisition during CT simulation.
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