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    TOSHIBA Medical aquilion
    Aquilion, supplied by TOSHIBA Medical, used in various techniques. Bioz Stars score: 86/100, based on 1 PubMed citations. ZERO BIAS - scores, article reviews, protocol conditions and more
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    TOSHIBA Medical ct scanner
    Ct Scanner, supplied by TOSHIBA Medical, used in various techniques. Bioz Stars score: 86/100, based on 1 PubMed citations. ZERO BIAS - scores, article reviews, protocol conditions and more
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    TOSHIBA Medical aquilion 64
    28-year-old woman with duplex collecting system in a pelvic kidney. Findings: Serial axial contrast-enhanced CT images of the abdomen from superior to inferior (A, B, C, D). The main renal artery (A) arises from the aorta, at the carrefour, in the middle seat; it moves to the posterior surface of the kidney (k) and descends to the middle third. A branch, originating from the main artery, penetrates into the parenchyma at the upper pole (A1). An accessory renal artery (a) arises from the right common iliac artery, just below the bifurcation, on the medial side; it supplies the lower pole. Two renal veins (V) originate from upper renal hilum which is rotated anteriorly. Technique: Scan acquired in the angiographic phase on Aquilion 64, Toshiba Medical System CT scanner (Tokyo, Japan). The voltage was set at 100 kV, with an automatic mA modulation between 80 and 440 mA and a standard deviation (SD) value of 15.; beam collimation 64 × 0.5 mm, gantry rotation time 0.5 s, pitch 0.828. 110 cc Iobitridol 350 mgI/mL intravenous contrast administered at 3.5 mL per second.
    Aquilion 64, supplied by TOSHIBA Medical, used in various techniques. Bioz Stars score: 86/100, based on 1 PubMed citations. ZERO BIAS - scores, article reviews, protocol conditions and more
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    TOSHIBA Medical aplio 500
    Screenshot of the Toshiba <t>Aplio</t> 500 demonstrating the use of anatomical landmarks used for local reference augmentation. Reference landmarks are (iteratively) selected close to the target location. This example shows a cyst (indicated by the white arrow ) inside the lesion (segmented in red )
    Aplio 500, supplied by TOSHIBA Medical, used in various techniques. Bioz Stars score: 86/100, based on 1 PubMed citations. ZERO BIAS - scores, article reviews, protocol conditions and more
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    28-year-old woman with duplex collecting system in a pelvic kidney. Findings: Serial axial contrast-enhanced CT images of the abdomen from superior to inferior (A, B, C, D). The main renal artery (A) arises from the aorta, at the carrefour, in the middle seat; it moves to the posterior surface of the kidney (k) and descends to the middle third. A branch, originating from the main artery, penetrates into the parenchyma at the upper pole (A1). An accessory renal artery (a) arises from the right common iliac artery, just below the bifurcation, on the medial side; it supplies the lower pole. Two renal veins (V) originate from upper renal hilum which is rotated anteriorly. Technique: Scan acquired in the angiographic phase on Aquilion 64, Toshiba Medical System CT scanner (Tokyo, Japan). The voltage was set at 100 kV, with an automatic mA modulation between 80 and 440 mA and a standard deviation (SD) value of 15.; beam collimation 64 × 0.5 mm, gantry rotation time 0.5 s, pitch 0.828. 110 cc Iobitridol 350 mgI/mL intravenous contrast administered at 3.5 mL per second.

    Journal: Journal of Radiology Case Reports

    Article Title: Duplex collecting system in a pelvic kidney - an unusual combination

    doi: 10.3941/jrcr.v11i12.2991

    Figure Lengend Snippet: 28-year-old woman with duplex collecting system in a pelvic kidney. Findings: Serial axial contrast-enhanced CT images of the abdomen from superior to inferior (A, B, C, D). The main renal artery (A) arises from the aorta, at the carrefour, in the middle seat; it moves to the posterior surface of the kidney (k) and descends to the middle third. A branch, originating from the main artery, penetrates into the parenchyma at the upper pole (A1). An accessory renal artery (a) arises from the right common iliac artery, just below the bifurcation, on the medial side; it supplies the lower pole. Two renal veins (V) originate from upper renal hilum which is rotated anteriorly. Technique: Scan acquired in the angiographic phase on Aquilion 64, Toshiba Medical System CT scanner (Tokyo, Japan). The voltage was set at 100 kV, with an automatic mA modulation between 80 and 440 mA and a standard deviation (SD) value of 15.; beam collimation 64 × 0.5 mm, gantry rotation time 0.5 s, pitch 0.828. 110 cc Iobitridol 350 mgI/mL intravenous contrast administered at 3.5 mL per second.

    Article Snippet: To get a better visualization of the vascular map, a CT scan (Aquilion 64, Toshiba Medical System, Tokyo, Japan) was performed.

    Techniques: Standard Deviation

    28-year-old woman with duplex collecting system in a pelvic kidney. Findings: CT-Angiography VR anterior view (A), CT-Angiography VR posterior view (B), MR-Angiography coronal MIP (C) and CT-Angiography coronal MIP (D) images demonstrate a left pelvic kidney, dysmorphic and malrotated, with deep lobes, altered hilar anatomy and complex vascularization. The main renal artery - that arises from the aorta, at the bifurcation, in the middle seat - is seen for a short tract (full arrowhead), as it moves to the posterior surface of the kidney and descends to the middle third. A branch, originating from the main artery, penetrates into the parenchyma at the upper pole (long arrow). An accessory renal artery (short arrow) arises from the right common iliac artery, just below the bifurcation, on the medial side and supplies the lower pole. Two renal veins, that originate from upper renal hilum, form a common trunk (empty arrows) which drains into the inferior vena cava (IVC). Another independent vein is recognizable at the lower hilum (empty arrowhead), draining in the right common iliac vein. Technique: Scan acquired in the angiographic phase on Aquilion 64, Toshiba Medical System CT scanner (Tokyo, Japan). The voltage was set at 100 kV, with an automatic mA modulation between 80 and 440 mA and a standard deviation (SD) value of 15.; beam collimation 64 × 0.5 mm, gantry rotation time 0.5 s, pitch 0.828. 110 cc Iobitridol 350 mgI/mL intravenous contrast administered at 3.5 mL per second. MR-Angiography sequence acquired on Avanto, Siemens Medical Solutions, 1.5 T (Forchheim, Germany) Spoiled Gradient Echo (TR 2.94ms TE 1.06ms) slice thickness 1.10mm GAP 0. 7.0 mL Gadobutrol 1.0 mmol/mL contrast injected at 3.0 mL per second.

    Journal: Journal of Radiology Case Reports

    Article Title: Duplex collecting system in a pelvic kidney - an unusual combination

    doi: 10.3941/jrcr.v11i12.2991

    Figure Lengend Snippet: 28-year-old woman with duplex collecting system in a pelvic kidney. Findings: CT-Angiography VR anterior view (A), CT-Angiography VR posterior view (B), MR-Angiography coronal MIP (C) and CT-Angiography coronal MIP (D) images demonstrate a left pelvic kidney, dysmorphic and malrotated, with deep lobes, altered hilar anatomy and complex vascularization. The main renal artery - that arises from the aorta, at the bifurcation, in the middle seat - is seen for a short tract (full arrowhead), as it moves to the posterior surface of the kidney and descends to the middle third. A branch, originating from the main artery, penetrates into the parenchyma at the upper pole (long arrow). An accessory renal artery (short arrow) arises from the right common iliac artery, just below the bifurcation, on the medial side and supplies the lower pole. Two renal veins, that originate from upper renal hilum, form a common trunk (empty arrows) which drains into the inferior vena cava (IVC). Another independent vein is recognizable at the lower hilum (empty arrowhead), draining in the right common iliac vein. Technique: Scan acquired in the angiographic phase on Aquilion 64, Toshiba Medical System CT scanner (Tokyo, Japan). The voltage was set at 100 kV, with an automatic mA modulation between 80 and 440 mA and a standard deviation (SD) value of 15.; beam collimation 64 × 0.5 mm, gantry rotation time 0.5 s, pitch 0.828. 110 cc Iobitridol 350 mgI/mL intravenous contrast administered at 3.5 mL per second. MR-Angiography sequence acquired on Avanto, Siemens Medical Solutions, 1.5 T (Forchheim, Germany) Spoiled Gradient Echo (TR 2.94ms TE 1.06ms) slice thickness 1.10mm GAP 0. 7.0 mL Gadobutrol 1.0 mmol/mL contrast injected at 3.0 mL per second.

    Article Snippet: To get a better visualization of the vascular map, a CT scan (Aquilion 64, Toshiba Medical System, Tokyo, Japan) was performed.

    Techniques: Standard Deviation, Sequencing, Injection

    Screenshot of the Toshiba Aplio 500 demonstrating the use of anatomical landmarks used for local reference augmentation. Reference landmarks are (iteratively) selected close to the target location. This example shows a cyst (indicated by the white arrow ) inside the lesion (segmented in red )

    Journal: International Urology and Nephrology

    Article Title: MR-targeted TRUS prostate biopsy using local reference augmentation: initial experience

    doi: 10.1007/s11255-016-1283-2

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Screenshot of the Toshiba Aplio 500 demonstrating the use of anatomical landmarks used for local reference augmentation. Reference landmarks are (iteratively) selected close to the target location. This example shows a cyst (indicated by the white arrow ) inside the lesion (segmented in red )

    Article Snippet: Biopsy procedure An Aplio 500 (Toshiba Medical Systems, Japan) ultrasound device with an end-firing transrectal transducer (PVT-781VT; Toshiba Medical Systems, Japan) was used for the MRgUSBx.

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    a Screenshot of the Toshiba Aplio 500 during MRgUSBx. The green circle indicates the target as reported on mpMRI, projected on the US image after fusion. The dotted green line indicates trajectory along which the needle will shoot in the prostate (to be moved slightly for correct targeting in this screenshot). b The corresponding mpMRI with from left to right the transversal T2-weighted image, ADC map, and DCE image. These images were displayed using ProCAD and were available during the fusion procedure

    Journal: International Urology and Nephrology

    Article Title: MR-targeted TRUS prostate biopsy using local reference augmentation: initial experience

    doi: 10.1007/s11255-016-1283-2

    Figure Lengend Snippet: a Screenshot of the Toshiba Aplio 500 during MRgUSBx. The green circle indicates the target as reported on mpMRI, projected on the US image after fusion. The dotted green line indicates trajectory along which the needle will shoot in the prostate (to be moved slightly for correct targeting in this screenshot). b The corresponding mpMRI with from left to right the transversal T2-weighted image, ADC map, and DCE image. These images were displayed using ProCAD and were available during the fusion procedure

    Article Snippet: Biopsy procedure An Aplio 500 (Toshiba Medical Systems, Japan) ultrasound device with an end-firing transrectal transducer (PVT-781VT; Toshiba Medical Systems, Japan) was used for the MRgUSBx.

    Techniques: