3D Accuitomo 170

3D Accuitomo 170 High image quality with low radiation exposure

High-quality images with low dose

With the flat panel detector can be generated high-quality and detailed Images of the structures of the head and neck. Adjusting the position of the FPD reduces X-ray dosage, provides… Read more

With the flat panel detector can be generated high-quality and detailed Images of the structures of the head and neck. 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 as well.

Select a region of interest such as the temporal bone, paranasal sinus, maxilla, mandible or maxillofacial and observeit with 80 µm voxel resolution for greater detail.

Ø 170 mm x H 120 mm, voxel size: 250 µm

Select the voxel size 80 µm, 125 µm, 160 µm, 200 µm, or 250 µm, that best suits your diagnostic needs. (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 using a voxel size as small as 80 µm. For a higher resolution image, a specified area can be recalculated and reconstructed using a smaller voxel size.

Nine Field of views

There are nine sizes for exposure regions with diameters ranging from 170 to 40 mm… Read more

There are nine sizes for exposure regions with diameters ranging from 170 to 40 mm.

Ø 170 x 120 mm
Ø 170 x   50 mm          
Ø 140 x 100 mm
Ø 140 x   50 mm
Ø 100 x 100 mm
Ø 100 x   50 mm
Ø   80 x   80 mm
Ø   60 x   60 mm
Ø   40 x   40 mm

Resolution stays high and distortion is minimized for all regions from the smallest (ø 40 x 40 mm) to the largest (ø 170 x 120 mm).

Four imaging modes

This is the highest resolution. Exposures are made at one-fourth the size of the detector pixels for the greatest spatial resolution. Ideal for observation of delicate bone structures such… Read more

High Resolution Mode: Ø 60mm

High Resolution Mode (Hi-Res)

This is the highest resolution. Exposures are made at four times the number of the detector pixels for the greatest spatial resolution. Ideal for observation of delicate bone structures such as the ossicular chain.

High Fidelity Mode: Ø 60 mm Zoom Reconstruction

High Fidelity Mode (Hi-Fi)

This mode has high data density data to make clearer and sharper images. This is especially good for performing zoom reconstructions.

 

High Speed Mode (Hi-Speed)

Full scan: 10.5 sec. Half scan: 5.4 sec.
Reduces motion artifacts. Good for children or others with diffi culty remaining motionless

Standard mode: Ø 60 mm

Standard Mode (Std)

Suitable for limited and wide views of temporal bone, paranasal sinus, maxilla and mandible, zygomatic bones, orbitals, and skull base etc.

Simple, accurate positioning

The scout positioning system is easy and accurate. Use the trible beam positioning system for even greater precision… Read more

The scout positioning system is easy and accurate. Use the trible beam positioning system for even greater precision.

Two-Direction Scout

The region of interest can be easily targeted by making images from two directions. Then you can simply click on the images to specify the center of the region of interest. This information is transmitted to the X-ray unit, and the chair automatically moves into position. 

Preview image

3D-CT image: Region of interest is well centered.

Use scout to accurately determine the minimal region of interest before exposing the patient to the higher dosage CT scan.

Easy High Precision

The region of interest can be easily targeted using the three positioning laser beams. The patient’s head is safely and securely stabilized by the chinrest and headrest.

Sharing image data

Installing i-Dixel software on all intra-clinic computers enables sharing of image data on each linked client computer. Observation of images on non-network computers can be achieved with… Read more

Installing i-Dixel software on all intra-clinic computers enables sharing of image data on each linked client computer. Observation of images on non-network computers can be achieved with the One Data Viewer, and the One Volume Viewer without installing i-Dixel.

One Data Viewer & One Volume Viewer Software

These unique Morita applications let you view three dimentional images and volume rendered images even if the computer does not have i-Dixel software installed.

CT data can be exported from the i-Dixel application and later stored on a DVD. This DVD can then be used on a computer outside the clinic to view CT images, volume rendered images and patient information.

Additional functions include zoom, black and white reverse, brightness, and contrast adjustment as well as optional length and angle measurement capabilities.

i-Dixel conforms to the following DICOM standards:

  1. Modality worklist management service class (optional)
  2. Storage service class
  3. Modality performed procedure step service class
  4. Print management service class

You want to know more about our diagnostics software i-Dixel? See the information on the i-Dixel page.