LOGIQ™ E10 Ultrasound Series
Next-generation, leadership ultrasound that adapts to your needs, today and into the future. Choose from a wide array of advanced imaging tools and robust productivity enhancers based on artificial intelligence—all on a scalable platform that lets you configure your system specifically to the needs of your practice.
Take advantage of our most technologically-advanced ultrasound ever to bring fast, precise, consistent imaging to your patients—your way— with the LOGIQ E10 Series.
SIGNA™ PET/MR with QuantWorks – 60cmIntroducing SIGNA™ PET/MR with QuantWorks. Built with pioneering TOF and integrated with a 3.0T MR, its impressive quantitative accuracy and high count rate combined with innovative Q.Clear reconstruction delivers 2x improvement in image quality. In addition, SIGNA PET/MR with QuantWorks includes a comprehensive suite of applications and flexible research tools to pursue ideas that could influence the future of medicine
READY ViewQuantified MR image analysis to enable accurate, confident diagnoses.
Integrated RegistrationMulti-Modality Image Management.
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