Philips XperCT 3D reconstruction software brings CT-like imaging to interventional systems. You can assess soft tissue, bone structure, stent deployment, and tumor feeders. You can also use it to help avoid structures during procedures.
Versatile interventional tool supports various procedures
Provides CT-like images to support diagnosis, planning, interventions, and follow up. XperCT can be used with Philips Allura 3D-RA to visualize soft tissue and vascular anatomy on one image. It can also be used with Philips XperGuide option for live needle guidance anywhere in the body.
Philips XperCT uses the Allura Xper FD20’s rotational angiography feature to acquire the images. Advanced acquisition protocols support neuro and body applications, delivering high-quality 3D reconstructions in less than a minute. By default, acquisition is at maximum field of view, but you can switch to collimation to reduce the X-dose and reconstruction time.
3D visualization || Versatile 3D visualization
3D visualization for slice and volume viewing
The image data can be visualized as a regular CT image with 3D volume viewing in any orientation. Other 3D features include slice viewing in any orientation and at any slice thickness from 0.5 mm up. Cut-plane functionality provides information on anatomical structure. A unique Reconstructive Zoom Technique is available for high-resolution applications.
*The DualPhase functionality is available with Allura systems release 8.2 or higher. It allows XperCT to perform two rotational scans with a user defined delay between them.