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A significant improvement in visualization of the finest details for a faster and more confident diagnose is what you should expect from the latest CT developments: Siemens’ z-Sharp Technology perfectly meets this requirement by pushing the boundaries of spatial resolution to a new level.

z-Sharp Technology offers unprecedented diagnostic detail with the industry’s highest isotropic resolution of below 0.4 millimeter at highest volume coverage, at any position within the scan field and without an increase in dose. Furthermore, with z-Sharp Technology, visible spiral artifacts no longer exist.

The end results are images of unbelievable clarity and sharpness. Don’t settle for less. Experience with the following animations first-hand what it means to achieve a quantum leap in CT diagnosis. Take the Lead in CT!

Discover the innovative way to take full advantage of unprecedented image quality, detail, and speed.

Discover the innovative way to take full advantage of unprecedented image quality, detail, and speed.

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z-Sharp Advantages

Industry’s highest isotropic resolution<br />- routinely below 0.4 mm

Industry’s highest isotropic resolution
- routinely below 0.4 mm

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Industry’s highest isotropic resolution<br />- at highest volume coverage

Industry’s highest isotropic resolution

- at highest volume coverage

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Industry’s highest isotropic resolution<br />- at any position within the scan field

Industry’s highest isotropic resolution
- at any position within the scan field
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Industry’s highest isotropic resolution
- with no increase in dose

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Complete spiral artifact elimination

Complete spiral artifact elimination

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Thomas J. Masaryk, M.D. <br />Head, Section of Neuroradiology <br />The Cleveland Clinic Foundation <br />  Neuro Imaging SWF[2.6 MB

Thomas J. Masaryk, M.D.
Head, Section of Neuroradiology
The Cleveland Clinic Foundation

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U. Joseph Schoepf, M.D.
Associate Professor of Radiology
Med. University of South Carolina

Stephan Achenbach, M.D. <br />Department of Cardiology <br />University of Erlangen <br />  Cardiac Imaging SWF[6.1 MB]<br />

Stephan Achenbach, M.D.
Department of Cardiology
University of Erlangen

Christoph R. Becker, M.D

Christoph R. Becker, M.D.
Section Chief, Computed Tomography
University of Munich-Grosshadern

Elliot K. Fishman, M.D. <br />

Elliot K. Fishman, M.D.
Prof. of Radiology and Oncology
Johns Hopkins Hospital

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