With the flat panel detector, high-quality and detailed images of the structures of the head and neck can be generated. Adjusting the position of the FPD reduces X-ray dosage, provides higher resolution, and minimizes distortion.
Optimizing collimation of the beam, depending on the size of the area, also reduces X-ray dosage and X-ray scattering.
Select a region of interest such as the temporal bone, paranasal sinuses, jawbone or middle ear including ossicular chain observe it with 80 µm voxel resolution for greater detail.
Ø 170 mm x H 120 mm, voxel size: 250 µm
Select the voxel size that best suits your diagnostic needs from 80 µm, 125 µm, 160 µm, 200 µm, or 250 µm. (Depending on the size of the field of view, some voxel sizes may not be possible).
Ø 40 mm x H 40 mm, voxel size: 80 µm
Use the original exposure data to zoom in on critical areas and create a new volume using a voxel size as small as 80 µm. For these higher resolution images, no new data scan needs to be acquired.