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November 30, 2005

Allows Clinicians to Accommodate Patients at Virtually Any Angle


November 30, 2005

New DR Integration Enables True, All-Digital Examinations and Post Processing for Reduced Procedure Times


November 28, 2005

Latest Advancements Improve Workflow, Security and Reduce Dose


November 27, 2005

Next Generation DTHI and 4D Imaging are Latest Improvements to Aplio and Xario


November 22, 2005

New High Resolution FPD Represents Next Generation of Diagnostic and Interventional Imaging


November 21, 2005

Leading the development of diagnostic imaging technologies that aid in the diagnosis of cancer, Toshiba America Medical Systems, Inc. (TAMS) today announced that the Aquilion™ Large Bore (LB) will be featured at this year's Radiological Society of North America's (RSNA) annual meeting, held Nov. 27-Dec. 2 at McCormick Place in Chicago.


October 20, 2005

Fast, Agile System Offers Clinicians Unparalleled Flexibility and Patient Access


October 17, 2005

Presentation Addresses Patient and Economic Benefits of 64-Slice CT Cardiac Imaging


October 10, 2005

New CT Scanner Features Industry's Largest Bore and Widest Field-of-View to Meet Clinical Oncology Needs


October 7, 2005

New Program Uses World's Most Advanced 64-slice CT System To Educate Physicians About ACC and ACR Guidelines


September 30, 2005

Center to House World's Most Advanced 64-slice CT System and Offer Certification Program That Meets ACC Guidelines


June 17, 2005

Cost-Effective, Multi-functional System Increases Diagnostic Confidence, Enhances Efficiency and Improves Workflow


June 16, 2005

Xario Ultrasound System Enables Increased Diagnostic Confidence, Enhanced Efficiency and Improved Workflow


June 15, 2005

Toshiba's Aquilion 64 CFX Latest Addition to Suite of Cutting-Edge Cardiac Technologies


June 14, 2005

Physicians Deliver Advanced Cardiac Care Using Toshiba's Aquilion 64-slice CFX CT


May 16, 2005

Featuring the world's most advanced multislice CT technology available, Toshiba Medical Systems Corp.


May 5, 2005

The World's Most Advanced 64-Slice Cardiac CT Imaging System Delivers Unmatched Image Quality and Speed for Cardiac Applications