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Tech advisor CT vendors plot strategies for growth

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Diagnostic ImagingDiagnostic Imaging Vol 30 No 11
Volume 30
Issue 11

CT vendors have diverged this year as never before, choosing technological paths to new generations of scanners that reflect their own particular engineering strengths and history of R&D. Core developments by each have translated into novel capabilities. Software and mechanical fixes have countered weaknesses.

CT vendors have diverged this year as never before, choosing technological paths to new generations of scanners that reflect their own particular engineering strengths and history of R&D. Core developments by each have translated into novel capabilities. Software and mechanical fixes have countered weaknesses.

This collection of articles produced by the vendors provides a glimpse of how their products will be addressed on the RSNA exhibit floor, as well as insights to how each compares with the others.

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