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Brief Overview About The Toshiba MRI Titan
The Vantage Titan is a large open bore MRI system that improves patient care with its reduced noise, extended FOV and increased homogeneity. This system has an open bore that is 18% larger than other 1.5T systems with a 71cm aperture. This MRI system offers one of the largest and widest open bores available. It is also one of the most powerful MR systems that is available with a 30/130 gradient platform. This MRI system has a field-of-view size 55 x 55 x 50 cm that is very unique in size which produces high-quality images without compromising homogeneity or overall imaging performance.
The Vantage Titan 1.5T MRI system by Toshiba has been designed with features to improve the patients comfort and increase the range of patients who are able to undergo MR exams. This system has been equipped with the Pianissimo technology to dramatically reduce acoustic noise that is a significant cause of discomfort during exams. Patients who are sensitive to contrast agents now have the option available to have a contrast free exam.
- Shortest Magnet 1.4m
- Widest Aperture 71cm
- Quietest Scan Environment
- Highest Homogeneity
- Integrated Coils
- Scalable RF platform
- Wireless Gating
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