Technology | September 23, 2009

Medison’s 3D/4D US Takes Center Stage

The ACCUVIX V20 ‘Prestige’ by MEDISON, combines a 19-inch flat-panel display, set on an articulating arm for operator convenience and high-resolution images. The ‘Prestige’ ultrasound imaging system represents the pinnacle of more than a decade of technological advancement in 3D/4D ultrasound imaging at MEDISON.

Inheriting a tradition of excellence in 3D/4D technology and diagnostic application from the ACCUVIX line, the flagship ‘Prestige’ sets the standard in 3D/4D ultrasound imaging with breakthrough volume acquisition technologies, faster and smoother operation, and significantly enhanced imaging capabilities. The true strength of the ACCUVIX V20 ‘Prestige’ is its unsurpassed image quality.

The ACCUVIX V20 ‘Prestige’ features speckle reduction filter, full spectrum imaging, and DynamicMR to insure optimal images. Other advanced technologies include: Spatial Compound Omaging, Power Pulse Inversion, Sensitive color, Power and spectral Doppler, optimized parameters for Multi Planar Imaging, Live 3D/4D, SeeThru Mode and 3D MXI.

3D Multi eXtended Imaging (3D MXI) is a 3D image processing technology at the heart of the ‘Prestige’. Comprising a comprehensive suite of imaging tools — including Multi Volume Slice, Mirror View, Multi-OVIX, and 3D OH — 3D MXI lets you view, examine and diagnose 3D volume data. Whether used for clinical application or for research, 3D MXI is designed to enhance both diagnostic accuracy and confidence.

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