We use the GE 16-slice computed tomography (CT) scanner to obtain detailed diagnostic images, in reduced time, for cancer diagnosis and radiation treatment planning.
This state-of-the-art four-dimensional CT scanner produces detailed cross-sectional X-ray images of structures within the body. It also enables our radiologists to plan treatment in accordance with patients' breathing patterns.
The GE 16-slice CT scanner is three to four times faster than conventional machines, so patients are able to get in and out of their appointments faster. Additionally, this technology often produces pictures in much greater detail than can be seen on regular X-rays.