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Toshiba installs 32-slice CT

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Toshiba America Medical Systems has completed the first U.S. installation of its next-generation Aquilion 32 CFX. The CT scanner, installed at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine's cardiology division, will undergo clinical evaluation to

Toshiba America Medical Systems has completed the first U.S. installation of its next-generation Aquilion 32 CFX. The CT scanner, installed at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine's cardiology division, will undergo clinical evaluation to identify the benefits of the advanced technology for cardiac imaging. Aquilion 32 CFX delivers 32 simultaneous 0.5-mm slices in one gantry rotation.

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