The advanced technology of the LOGIQ* E9 with XDclear was designed to offer extensive functionality beyond conventional ultrasound.1 The system provides an array of expert tools and technologies, including:
Shear Wave elastography provides a non–invasive, quantitative assessment of tissue stiffness in chronic liver disease and lesions in the liver, breast and small parts applications.
- Color-coded elastogram and quantitative measurements
- Dual or Single display option
- Measurements in kPa or m/s
- User selectable color maps
- Adjustable color box and ROI depth and size
Volume Navigation technology combines multi-modality imaging with real-time ultrasound or previously acquired ultrasound exams. Volume Navigation is even easier with OmniTRAX** active tracker which helps reduce registration time for CT/Ultrasound exams through auto-registration. Volume Navigation is even easier to use with new tools and accessories including new hardware, needle sizes, an active tracker and transducers with embedded V Nav sensors.2
Volume Navigation technology combines multi-modality imaging with real-time ultrasound or previously acquired ultrasound exams.
Fusion merges real-time ultrasound with CT, MR, PET or ultrasound
images, enabling you to benefit from the strengths
of each exam.
GPS helps enable you to visually track your position during a scan from different views, help guide biopsies efficiently and effectively, and simplify the counting of masses, lesions and nodules.
Needle Tracking helps you achieve a high level of accuracy for guided procedures by enhancing precision with a re-usable sensor that displays the exact position of the needle tip.
Additional Expert Tools
Auto-IMT (Intima Media Thickness) helps provide automatic edge
detection for intima-media thickness measurements to help reduce the exam time
while evaluating the carotid artery’s intima-media thickness.
Elastography helps evaluate tissue stiffness
to obtain additional diagnostic information that can aid you in making patient
management decisions. Learn more about elastography.
Ultrasound lets clinicians construct volumetric images in real-time and observe anatomy in any plane.
Multiplanar imaging allows you to view any plane individually or simultaneously with other orthogonal planes.
The C-plane allows you to display areas in an imaging plane parallel to the skin—ordinarily impossible using conventional 2D ultrasound.
Tomographic Ultrasound Imaging (TUI) enables volume data to be viewed in multiple slices, much like CT and MR.
Volume Calculation (VOCAL) helps you evaluate irregular structures by automatically calculating volumes based on automated or manual tracing of the structure.
Tissue Velocity Imaging (TVI), a cardiac tool that measures the myocardial velocities longitudinally, evaluating systolic and diastolic function.
Tissue Velocity Doppler (TVD) measures segmental velocity of the myocardium longitudinally.
Q-Analysis plots the velocity information of discrete points for graphical analysis.
1. All comparisons based upon GE conventional ultrasound versus GE ultrasound featuring the above referenced features
2. Option only available with XDclear upgrade