Large 4×6 inch CMOS intraoral sensor eliminates molar root superimposition to improve equine dental diagnoses.
MyVet Imaging will display its new 4 inch by 6 inch equine intraoral CMOS sensor at the 2018 American Association of Equine Practitioners Convention in San Francisco, California, December 2-5th.
This large format sensor, covered with a protective plastic sheath, is easily held in position by a handle that attaches to the sensor and enhances root visibility by eliminating anatomy superimposition in an acquired image. A USB interface cable connects the digital device to a tablet PC where a proprietary, equine-specific image processing algorithm provides maximum diagnostic information for interpretation. It also supports ultrasound image processing software.
The 4 x 6 dental sensor may be bundled with a 10 inch by 12 inch flat panel DR detector or a 3-12 MHz linear ultrasound transducer and is transported in a lightweight, sturdy case to a farm or other equine facility supporting bone or soft tissue abnormality studies along with a post-float periodontics exam.
MyVet Imaging is displaying this new equine digital imaging system at Booth #1710 during the convention.
“Eliminating root superimposition,” stated Bill Nicholas, MyVet Imaging Director of Marketing. “Centralizing it in one portable package makes Citation an attractive solution to mobile equine practitioners!” he added.