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3D combines bone, vasculature

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Toshiba America Medical Systems has introduced for its line of rotational angiography equipment 3D technology that simultaneously visualizes blood vessels and bone. The technology, dubbed three-dimensional fusion digital subtraction angiography

Toshiba America Medical Systems has introduced for its line of rotational angiography equipment 3D technology that simultaneously visualizes blood vessels and bone. The technology, dubbed three-dimensional fusion digital subtraction angiography (3D-FDSA), is designed to optimize neurovascular disease diagnosis and surgical planning on its Infinix i-series of vascular x-ray systems. The fusion capability combines separate reconstructions of blood vessels and bone structures in a single volumetric representation, illustrating intracranial vascular anomalies in the context of surrounding bone structures. It was developed in conjunction with neuroradiologists at Johns Hopkins University.

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