Percutaneous Coronary Interventions
When performing Percutaneous Coronary Interventions (PCI), excellent image quality at the lowest dose is key to clearly visualizing the coronary artery narrowing or blockage. It is also necessary to define the optimal angle and analyze vessel quality so as to ensure a safe deployment of guidewires and devices. At the end of the procedure, the ability to verify stent placement and the intra-vessel lumen is helpful in assessing the procedure outcome.
When performing a biopsy, it is important to
identify a precise target. By combining PET images, you can see the FDG uptake
within the anatomy. Leverage multi-modality images in this way can be valuable
in planning the procedure.
Hypo-gastric artery embolization
Isolating any aneurysm before its rupture is
essential in many cases to avoid life-threatening conditions. In the
hypo-gastric iliac, it is challenging to bring the catheter to the embolization
point. 3D information is valuable to understanding where you stand in the