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with MUSICA™ image processing
Image quality ranks among the most important KPI’s when selecting an X-ray system
of scaphoid fractures are missed in the first x-ray 
in lung cancer diagnosis occur on chest x-ray 
MUSICA™ is designed with radiologists, for all x-ray experts
for all Agfa DR and CR solutions
with the Catheter companion image
with MUSICA™ 3
with MUSICA™ 3+
“ The image quality is exceptional! MUSICA and the DR 600 are keeping the imaging workflow smooth and efficient, while meeting the quality and dose reduction needs for patients and staff. The fact that we don’t need to adjust the images has a lot of advantages: image quality, workflow, efficiency… we save a lot of time. And we are also getting a consistent appearance to our images, which is important for referrers and clinicians.”
“Having the digital tomosynthesis with our DR 800 offers us an additional imaging choice that speeds up diagnosis. It reveals things that might not be visible with classical X-ray. Yet it can be done without moving the patient from the X-ray department.”
“The new generation of the MUSICA image processing software is extremely successful. We can examine more patients in the same amount of time with the same number of staff”
Study shows MUSICA™‘s Fractional Multiscale Processing technology improves catheter visualization for newborns, improving reading quality and reducing potential risks of catheter placement
Several musculoskeletal cases have been presented with indications, imaging examples (2D and DTS), and added value propositions of DTS. The latter include a shorter diagnostic cycle and significant improvement in patient care. These cases indicate that, requiring only limited extra effort (prolongation of 2D exam time) and a significantly lower X-ray dose (as compared to CT), a clear clinical benefit is achieved.
Study shows with high statistical confidence that only half of the dose prescribed by Germany’s NDRLs is required to reach close-to-maximum image quality and diagnostic confidence.
 Geijer M et al. Clinical utility of tomosynthesis in suspected scaphoid fracture. A pilot study. Skeletal Radiol. 2011 July;40(7):863-7.
 Diagn Interven Radiol 2017; 23:118-126: Missed lung cancer: when, where, and why?