Global Activities

Canon Medical Systems Corporation develops systems contributing to the advancement of healthcare and medical technology based on the philosophies of continuous technological innovation and patient-centered system development. The company has been engaged in cooperative research and development activities with a variety of medical and research institutions around the world.

Globalization has resulted in the global expansion of our activities, and our CT, ultrasound, MRI, and X-ray diagnostic imaging systems have been developed based on the voices of our customers worldwide. These systems have been rated highly wherever they have been released, including the USA, which has one of the most medically advanced and demanding markets in the world. The systems feature superb image quality and excellent operability, leading to their selection as tools for efficient and accurate diagnosis by customers throughout the world.

Here, we would like to introduce a few of our diagnostic imaging technologies and applications that have been developed in collaboration with medical and research institutions located in various parts of the globe as well as some of our activities in international seminars and scientific meetings.

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Third Elite Football Club Partnership

Toshiba Medical Systems Europe B.V., which is a regional subsidiary of Toshiba Medical Systems Corporation signed an agreement with Real Madrid to be its official medical systems partner effective until June 30, 2020. Real Madrid is a football club based in Madrid, Spain.
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Awards KLAS Report

KLAS Report

Toshiba Medical Received the Best in KLAS Award 2016 for Computed Tomography (CT). 

Non-contrast-enhanced MRA received a Certificate of Merit award at RSNA

Dr. Tsuyoshi Tajima of the Department of Diagnostic Imaging & Nuclear Medicine, Tokyo Women's Medical University received a Certificate of Merit award for the Education Exhibit at RSNA 2011. We offer our congratulations.
Three-dimensional Noncontrast-enhanced MR Angiography in Transplanted Kidneys: Techniques, Useful Conditions, and Limitations of Time-SLIP

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Tsuyoshi Tajima(*1); Takao Yamamoto(*2); Seiko Shimizu(*3); Shuji Sakai(*1); et al.

  • *1. Tokyo Women's Medical University -Japan;
  • *2. Toshiba Medical Systems Corp., Otawara, Japan;
  • *3. Toshiba Medical Systems Corp., Tokyo, Japan;

  Clinical experiences with 3T MRI: Non-contrast-enhanced MRA Time-SLIP [in Japanese] (PDF: 1MB) (INNERVISION website)
From the luncheon seminar of The 47th Autumn Assembly of the Japan Radiological Society
Dr. Tsuyoshi Tajima of the Department of Diagnostic Imaging & Nuclear Medicine, Tokyo Women's Medical University