J. Morita USA introduces its 3D Accuitomo 80, a third-generation CBCT unit with a voxel size of 80 Μm (micrometer) and an expanded field of view of up to 80 x 80 mm.

The 3D Accuitomo 80 (pictured) features a zoom reconstruction feature, which can generate a high-resolution image for a selected area of interest within the original scan, eliminating the need for a retake. By using this feature, a clinician can choose a larger field of view with a reduced reconstruction time and still obtain a high level of clarity. The clinician examines the original scan, refines the area of interest, and extracts the highest resolution possible (80 Μm) for final diagnosis.

For image manipulation, the one data viewer program allows viewing of 3D images on any computer without special software. Field of view sizes for the 3D Accuitomo 80 include Ø  40 x H 40 mm, Ø 60 x H 60 mm, and Ø 80 x H 80 mm.

The company also introduces its Veraviewepocs 2D/3D. The 2D model offers a small footprint, the same size as a standard pan/ceph unit, with a full range of high-resolution imaging options at a low effective dose. For 3D imaging, the unit offers a voxel size of 125 Μm and field-of-view options of Ø 40 x H 40 mm, Ø 40 x H 80 mm, and Ø 80 x H 80 mm. Clinicians acquire a 3D image by using the panoramic scout function, simply clicking the desired region of interest on the high-resolution panoramic. The unit then automatically positions itself to take the 3D image. For clinician convenience, a single cassette can be used for both panoramic and 3D images.

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