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Our advanced clinical applications provide access to areas of uncertainties, helping you uncover information previously hidden within conventional 2D radiographic imaging.
  • FlashPad Digital radiography detector

    At the heart of the Discovery XR656 Plus is FlashPad, GE's wireless, digital detector.
    FlashPad is unique in that it can be shared with other compatible GE digital radiographic products.
    Freedom to share makes your detector a sound investment today and into the future.

    • FlashPad uses Ultra-Wideband technology to help ensure an independent, se cure and reliable connection.
    • FlashPad is designed for digital use and built for reliability. Its two handles enable a secure grip.

Clinical Cases

  • Had an implanted screw invaded the hip joint space?

    VolumeRAD study ordered. VolumeRAD allowed removal of overlying structures, helping to enable a confident diagnosis.
  • The definitive answer: no.

    A single-slice interval from the VolumeRAD data revealed that the implanted screw had not invaded the joint space. The patient underwent secondary surgery and proper implant placement was confirmed.
  1. No clinical evidence has been established supporting the following claims in patients with active lung or pleural disease that could obscure pulmonary nodules, including fibrosis, emphysema, compressed lung, scarring, severe lung disease, and in patients with objects in or around the lungs that could obscure pulmonary nodules. The effectiveness of the device may vary depending on nodule prevalence and type.
  2. Defined as a recommendations for further advanced imaging, based upon the Fleischner Society guidelines for pulmonary nodule management. MacMahon, Heber, et al. "Guidelines for Management of Small Pulmonary Nodules Detected on CT Scans: A Statement from the Fleischner Society." Radiology 237.2(2005):395-400.