Philips unveils new 16-slice CT

December 4, 2008

A low-cost 16-slice scanner designed for cost-constrained customers debuted at the Philips booth during the RSNA meeting.

A low-cost 16-slice scanner designed for cost-constrained customers debuted at the Philips booth during the RSNA meeting. Philips designed its work-in-progress MX CT for customers looking to replace their current scanner or add a second one. It can perform routine applications, including CT angiography and virtual colonoscopy, as well as exams needed for dental planning, according to the company.