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Digital radiography news Southwestern Vermont Medical Center, Bennington, Vermont, has recently acquired and implemented a new CT system. The latter will significantly help the hospital in improving its medical imaging systems.

Dr. Daniel Fodor, a radiologist at the hospital, said "Imaging technology improves at a rapid rate," adding "Our previous CT scanner was only eight years old. This new scanner is much faster and more efficient, which ultimately allows for a better quality exam with an overall lower radiation dose."

The new CT system is 64-Slice Aquilion, from Toshiba Medical Systems. The scanner is capable of generating images with high quality while delivering reduced doses of radiation. Erica Cummings, hospital spokeswomen, says that the generated images are 40% clearer and generated using two-thirds less radiation.

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