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Capable of efficient operation at any site with smooth workflows and easy-to-use applications.

The content on this page is intended to healthcare professionals and equivalents.

Tools for diverse clinical use and detailed evaluation


Contrast Harmonic Imaging (CHI)*1

Widely-used imaging technique that provides homogeneous enhancement throughout the field of view to enhance diagnostic capability. 

Transrectal Transducer

It is possible to display short and long axis images of the prostate side by side in real time.
A wide range observation can be achieved with a viewing angle of 180 degrees (200 degrees with Wide Scanning).

Courtesy of : Dr. Sunao Shoji, Department of Urology, Tokai University School of Medicine

Contrast Harmonic Imaging (CHI)*1

Some transducers support intraoperative contrast-enhanced ultrasound, which is useful to detect a lesion and secure a resection margin in surgical operations.


Cardiac Functions

Equipped with automated tools for faster, smoother cardiovascular examination, built on data acquired by our premium systems. 

  • *1 Option
  • *2 FLR = Fat/Lesion  Ratio of lesion to subcutaneous fat strain
  • *3 CHI compatible intraoperative transducers