- Contrast-enhanced CT scans that are utilized in the diagnosis of various diseases cannot avoid the use of contrast agents, despite the fact thatcontrast agents have a variety of side effects.
- Therefore, iodine dose should be reduced as much as possible in contrast enhanced CT.
- On the other hand, if the contrast agent dose is reduced in contrast-enhanced CT scans, there is a risk of reduced accuracy of patient diagnosis due to less image contrast between the lesion and tissue.
- For this reason, the conflicting relationship between patient safety and accurate diagnosis has remained a dilemma for CT imaging.
How It Works
Fully compliant with DICOM standards, ClariACE allows easy and seamless integration with any CT scanners and PACS system.