Aplio i600 i-series


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These exceptional case studies come directly from local Australian and NZ clinical practices.

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Outstanding clinical precision and productivity

On the Aplio i600

Aplio i-series is designed to deliver outstanding clinical precision and productivity. Crystal-clear images with enhanced resolution and penetration as well as an abundance of expert tools help you get your diagnostic answer quickly and reliably.

Aplio i600

Aplio i600 gives me a uniform image, with clarity from the skin surface to the pectoral muscle, regardless of breast density.

Dennis Peel, Sonographer in Charge – Queensland Diagnostic Imaging (QDI)

If you look purely at the B-mode image quality, the linear arrays on the i-series show the first centimetre of tissue in clarity, which is unseen before.

Stephen Bird, Sonographer – Benson Radiology & Ultrasound Educator


Arteriovenous Malformation

Clinical Case Study

Toshiba Medical continues to lead the way with ultrasound innovation. Unparalleled detailed imaging of small structures coupled with excellent colour sensitivity are key elements in the diagnosis of paediatric ultrasound and appreciated on both the Aplio 500 and Aplio i600. The Aplio i600 is designed to provide faster workflow and usability. The iPerformance processing power of the Aplio i600 maintains image quality whilst preserving high frames rates. Most of the Aplio 500 transducers are compatible with the Aplio i600. The superior image quality of the Aplio 500 has migrated to the Aplio i600 with some advancement in technologies such as the improvement in ADF sensitivity.

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Longitudinal imaging of the region of interest showed the lesion again. Better contrast resolution is achieved with better definition of the borders and edges of the area

Advanced Dynamic Flow (ADF) colour Doppler technology has been significantly improved on i600. Better resolution and sensitivity is achieved with much lower flow states and appreciation of small vessel branches

ADF again showing vascularity within the lesion. We can also appreciate flow within the complex network of vessels that make up the lesion.

Pulsed wave doppler through the vessels can show both arterial and venous flow states again consistent with arteriovenous malformation


 

Case 1: Baseline B-mode ultrasound shows anteverted uterus. The appearance of the endometrium suggests the patient is in the proliferative stage of her cycle.

Case 1: Lesion in the Left Adnexa identified. SMI is used to assess for vascularity

Case 1: Saline was infused into the uterine cavity. No intrauterine abnormality was detected. 3D acquisition was obtained with the use of Omniview. No polyps, adhesions or mass effect from the lesion could be identified.

Case 1: Flythru was performed using the acquired data. This technology gives a virtual hysteroscopy allowing the doctors to look from within the uterine cavity with the use of 3D ultrasound.

Case 1: As per practice protocol, contrast was used to assess patency of the fallopian tubes. Contrast was seen to flow freely from the uterus into the peritoneum and running deep to the lesion. This excluded both a mass within the fallopian tube and possible blockage due to external compression. The differential diagnosis was now altered to possible pedunculated fibroid and patient may be scheduled for MRI assessment.

Beyond 2D Pelvis

Clinical Case Study

The Aplio i600 provides excellent contrast and spatial resolution allowing easy diagnosis of small structures like intrauterine adhesions and subtle adnexal masses. The next generation of a new 3D/4D transvaginal probe maintains excellent 2D and 3D imaging resolution with much larger sweep angles (150 degrees), and fast sweep speeds. In addition, SMI technology is vastly improved on the i600 with even greater sensitivity and less motion artefact. Advanced technologies such as Fly thru and Omniview provide the referring physician with more valuable information to help determine the best treatment and management for the patient. In this case, the demonstration of a normal endometrial cavity and accurate lesion location will help target further investigations with the possibility of avoiding invasive surgical procedures.

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