Are you missing subtle structures? Better detail at greater depth.
Based on over 40 years of industry-leading experience, Toshiba's Aplio 500 system overcomes the challenges of conventional ultrasound and delivers picture-perfect images with excellent image resolution and detail. Toshiba's revolutionary High-Density Beamformer Architecture uses the most advanced digital signal processing technology to reveal clinical information like you've never seen before, and delivers that information quickly and reliably using an array of unique imaging technologies.
Next Generation Precision Imaging
Precision Imaging, like auto-focus on a camera, enhances the definition of structures and sharpens borders to separate clinical information from clutter and noise for a more accurate representation of patient anatomy.
Differential Tissue Harmonics (D-THI)
D-THI overcomes the limitations of conventional Tissue Harmonic imaging by providing improved visualization and definition of lesions, cysts and subtle tissue characteristics while scanning at increased depth and on difficult-to-image patients
Tissue Specific Optimization (TSO)
While traditional ultrasound systems assume that all body types and conditions are the same, TSO provides you the ability to adjust the speed of sound to optimize image quality in various tissues and difficult-to-image patients.
Advanced Dynamic Flow™ (ADF)
Toshiba's exclusive ADF feature employs sophisticated high-resolution, color-flow technology to display the smallest blood vessels and complex blood flow with amazing accuracy.
Providing a superior level of image uniformity and detail in every mode, ApliPure+ real-time compounding combines the advantages of spatial and frequency compounding while preserving clinically significant markers.
Volume Imaging* with Luminance*
Aplio 500's comprehensive 3D/4D volume imaging suite and Luminance extends your diagnostic capabilities, delivering a degree of 3D detail and resolution sought after across the industry. The High-Density Volume Rendering Engine allows you to capture volume data sets at high-volume rates for shorter exam times and greater productivity.