x-ray diagnostic image processing
everest-X hierarchical algorithm
The everest-X algorithm x-ray diagnostic image processing is an image processing algorithm that highlights the diagnostic content of acquired sessions. The images acquired with the digital detector, thanks to the very wide dynamic range, contain details and information both in high attenuation image areas (shoulders, abdomen) and low attenuation image areas (lungs, cavities). With everest-X x-ray diagnostic image processing it’s possible to automatically expand the latitude
of a single image and see all the relevant clinical details at the same time and without time-consuming Window/Level adjustments.
Full-Leg Full-Spine imaging
With the optional Image Stitching package, it is possible to acquire Full-Spine and Full-Leg images with the help of dedicated orthopaedic tools.
The images are acquired with a fully automatic procedure in which X-ray tube and digital flat panel detector are automatically moved and kept always aligned. Adjacent images are then automatically stitched together in just one long single image.
Short exposure times avoid motion artifacts with increased image quality