Looking to reduce metal artifacts in your CT scans?

See how an Alabama uses iMAR to improve image quality 

For radiation oncologists, image quality is one of the most important aspects of treatment planning. It turns good plans into great roadmaps. But often, metal artifacts impede your view of the tumor. Apparatus like implants, artificial joints and pacemakers get in the way of the image quality you need.

iMAR iterative Metal Artifact Reduction – is an algorithm on the SOMATOM go.platform for RT intended to improve images obscured by metal artifacts for more effective contouring. Use it to get images you can count on for a more accurate treatment plan.

See how iMAR is improving image quality at Central Alabama Radiation Oncology

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