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Planmed Verity® ~ Veterinary Imaging
The Planmed Verity® Vet is a stand-alone cone beam CT scanner designed especially for veterinary imaging. It provides high accurate submillimeter-resolution volumetric images of the animal’s bony structure, such as the teeth, skull and extremities. It’s detailed 3D images enable accurate diagnosis and treatment planning.
Designing and building a Radiation Room can be a confusing process. Anode Imaging is your one stop-shop for all aspects of the project. We can help you design the best layout, provide a lead shielding report specific to your equipment/building/business, and provide the Lead Materials that your contractor will need to get the room ready for use.
Introducing Chiropractor Cone Beam CT (CBCT)
Our PlanMed Viso™ imaging unit is an impressive step forward in the evolution of cone beam imaging for Chiropractors. It possesses all the qualities of world class CBCT units – and more. The unit can fulfill the demanding needs of C1 through C7 imaging. The next generation of CBCT imaging is here in full force!
Premium Image Quality
Image quality is among the most important factors in CBCT imaging. The Viso unit shines in this area, as it allows you to capture crystal-clear images and precise measurements for cervical spine analysis. Options for ultra low dose imaging, patient movement correction, noise removal, and metal artifact reduction are available as standard features.
This system comes with 3D CBCT Chiropractic Analysis Software that is the first of its kind with 3D CBCT Imaging. All types of Chiropractors would benefit from this advanced Imaging when diagnosing/adjusting patients but for Upper Cervical Chiropractors, this type imaging is mandatory! This equipment has been very popular with Upper Cervical groups such as: Blair Chiropractic, NUCCA, Orthospinology, Advanced Orthogonal, Atlas Orthogonal, Knee Chest, and EPIC Upper Cervical groups.