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Faculty and delegates at the Aquilion ONE Volumetric CT user group meeting in Edinburgh.


Toshiba Medical Systems held its second Aquilion ONE Volumetric CT user group meeting at Queen’s Medical Research Institute in Edinburgh.  The meeting was hosted by the Clinical Research Imaging Centre (CRIC) led by Professor Edwin van Beek.  


The day consisted of eleven technical and clinical presentations with contributions from all of the existing Aquilion ONE users in the UK.   Associate Professor Narinder Paul from the University of Toronto was the guest speaker, sharing his thoughts on current research directions for coronary plaque analysis using MDCT imaging.   


Other contributions ranged from optimising ultra-fast helical CTPA protocols by CT/MRI superintendent radiographer at Royal Bournemouth Hospital Matthew Benbow, to cutting-edge volumetric CT lung perfusion by Professor van Beek. 


See the full report on page 9 of the May 2011 issue of RAD Magazine.

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