Last year, GE introduced the first deep learning image reconstruction (DLIR) and opened a new era of deep learning-based CT image reconstruction. The resulting TrueFidelity™ CT Images set a new benchmark for CT image quality: outstanding detail and clarity with preferred texture without compromise.
In 2020, GE introduces the first deep learning image reconstruction for Gemstone Spectral Imaging (GSI). Another industry first with a bold vision to transform the image quality for dual-energy spectral CT with
TrueFidelity GSI images: outstanding detail, clarity, and texture, without compromise, for all image types (monochromatic, material density, VUE, and GSI MAR).
For an optimised workflow, TrueFidelity GSI images are quickly reconstructed and automatically sent to PACS, enabling efficient implementation even in emergency departments.
TrueFidelity GSI has the potential to enhance the diagnostic performance for
all types of patients and clinical areas by improving1lesion detection, depiction, characterization, and artifact reduction.
TrueFidelity GSI images set a new benchmark for spectral CT image quality and they are now available through the Smart Subscription2 Base Package. What about opting for a
GE CT scanner with exceptional IQ3 that keeps up to date with Smart Subscription?
1. Foley, (2016). White Paper of the Society of Computed Body Tomography and Magnetic Resonance on Dual-Energy CT, Journal of computer assisted tomography 40(6), 846 - 850.
2. Deep learning image reconstruction for GSI is 510(k) pending, and is not commercially available in US
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