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How to Use Registration and Landmarking on Your OEC 9800

Posted by Kacy Cooper

Apr 22, 2016 3:04:58 PM

:: 1 minute read ::

OEC_9800_Registration_and_Landmarking.jpgOne of the reasons the OEC 9800 is a popular C-arm choice for cardiac, vascular, and neurovascular applications is its full complement of subtraction features. Among these, are registration and landmark controls that allow users to manipulate the relationship between a live fluoroscopy image and a reference "mask" image.

Watch this short video to learn where to find your registration and landmarking features and see how they help when:

• A patient moves during a CINE shot, misaligning the live and mask images

• You need to adjust the percentage of background anatomy in a subtracted image



How to Use Registration and Landmarking on Your OEC 9800

Need more?

If you could use even more tips and tutorials for the OEC 9800, you can read more of our articles below or visit our C-arm service video library.

• Which OEC Systems Can Be Upgraded to LCD Flatscreens?

OEC Image Intensifier Power Supplies: Lifespan and Cost Info

• OEC 9800 DICOM Troubleshooting Guide

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Written by Kacy Cooper

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Topics: C-Arm

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