Threedimensional coronary sinus reconstruction-guided left ventricular lead implantation based on intraprocedural rotational angiography.
Rotation of segmented 3D visualization or virtual endoscopic view for detailed understanding of the anatomy and confident planning.
The 3D segmentation of the left atrium and the endoscopic view support planning and follow-up for atrial fibrillation ablation procedures.
syngo DynaCT supports navigation during interventions. It is easy to see the anatomy of the surrounding structures.
syngo DynaCT Cardiac has the potential to facilitate and accelerate the procedure, and make the treatment safer. syngo DynaCT Cardiac provides additional value when measuring the ostium and length of the LAA, and helps in selecting the correct device size.
Segmentation of left atrium, right atrium, and ascending aorta used for guidance in transseptal punctures.
Visualization of torsion in extracardiac conduit stenosis of both pulmonary branches.
The syngo Aortic Valve Guide facilitates transcatheter valve positioning and deployment through exact C-arm adjustment orthogonally to the aortic valve plane.
51-year-old male with Hep C. Hepatocellular BCLC stage A carcinoma (HCC), which is not amenable to radiofrequency (RF) ablation due to its proximity to the gall bladder. Patient is awaiting liver transplant and recommended for TACE treatment.
A non-invasive contrast-enhanced (intravenous injection) syngo DynaCT was deemed as the best choice due to the lack of previous conventional CT.
Arterial bleeding after Gamma nail insertion in right hip.
47-year-old male with aphasia and motoric deficiency of right hand due to edema.
74-year-old female patient. Occlusive peripheral artery disease. Patient did not want bypass surgery. Renal insufficiency Grade III (severely limiting the use of contrast media).
Confirmation of correct stent placement and deployment can be visualized using preprocedural MRI and a syngo DynaCT low-dose run showing the fully inflated stent.