Canon Medical Reports Physicians Can Scan Faster While Maintaining MR Image Resolution with Compressed SPEEDER Technology

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Canon notes scan times in MRIs have historically been a challenge in clinical practices, where shorter scan times are typically associated with lower resolution or a lower signal to noise ratio (SNR). To reduce acquisition time while maintaining image quality, Canon Medical’s innovative Compressed SPEEDER supports high acceleration and can be used to avoid artifacts, while maintaining resolution and signal to noise ratio (SNR).

Scan times in MRIs have historically been a challenge in clinical practices, where shorter scan times are typically associated with lower resolution or a lower signal to noise ratio (SNR). To reduce acquisition time while maintaining image quality, Canon Medical’s innovative Compressed SPEEDER supports high acceleration and can be used to avoid artifacts, while maintaining resolution and signal to noise ratio (SNR).

Note: Learn more about Canon Medical’s premium MR technology at the RSNA annual meeting in Chicago, December 1 – 6, 2019 (Booth #1933, South Level).

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