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Philipp Grätzel von Grätz is a medical doctor turned freelance writer and book author based in Berlin, Germany. His focus is on biomedicine, medical technology, health IT, and health policy. Further Information www.siemens.com/artis-q-family Contact stefan.sl.lautenschlaeger@siemens.com Another new function of the Artis Q system that Prof. Skalej and his colleagues from the Department of Otolaryngology have intensively researched is syngo DynaCT Micro. This allows the finest and most intricate anatomical structures to be visualized, for example in the inner ear. “We have carried out experimental and clinical studies in patients who need cochlear implants. These studies have proved very successful, so much that we now use the method in daily routine,” says Prof. Skalej. syngo DynaCT Micro is also used in patients with inner-ear tumors, in trauma patients, and in patients with mal- formations. ”The Artis Q and syngo DynaCT Micro is a quantum leap from regular cone-beam CT in terms of spatial resolution and is well advanced from what is offered by today’s conventional MSCT.” For more information please visit our Artis Q website 1 3 2 4 syngo DynaCT with the HDR detector and dedicated cone-beam reconstruction showing SAB (subarachnoidal bleeding) and frontal bleeding. syngo DynaCT with the HDR detector and dedicated cone-beam reconstruction showing sinus close to the skull base. syngo DynaCT Micro showing the overlap of two Surpass flow diverters. syngo DynaCT Micro offering highresolution temporal bone imaging. 1 2 3 4 Artis Q Angiography AXIOM Innovations | December 2013 | www.siemens.com/angiography  21


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