“This technology is here to stay”

At the front line of stroke and neurological care, photon-counting computed tomography (CT) comes with high resolution both in-plane and cross-plane to enable physicians evaluate fine lesions and anatomical structures.
4 min
Doris Pischitz
Published on 28. November 2022

Associate Professor Tobias Granberg, MD, PhD, speaks about his expectations and experiences.

Tobias Granberg reports on photo-counting CT in neurology.

Photon-counting CT scan of the temporal bone

[Figure 1] Low-dose pediatric temporal bone scan (DLP 49) showing the stapes (arrow) in ultra-high resolution.

By Doris Pischitz
Doris Pischitz is an editor in corporate communications at Siemens Healthineers. The team specializes in topics related to healthcare, medical technology, disease areas, and digitalization.