CDI Hosts Ribbon Cutting for Region’s First Ultra Low Dose CT Scanner

Shown in the photo of the ribbon cutting ceremony are: (L-R) Venkat Reddy, CDI; Dr. Satish Shah, CDI; James Watson, Cumberland County Economic Development Director; Dr. Steven Rothfarb, CDI; Dr. Ajay Munjal, CDI; Terry O’Neill, Upper Deerfield Deputy Mayor; James Crilley, Upper Deerfield Mayor; Jean Scarani, Bridgeton Area Chamber of Commerce Board Member; Karen Hepner, Bridgeton Area Chamber of Commerce Board Member; Chrissy Reilly, CDI; Maria Gomez, Upper Deerfield Preschool; Teresa Six, CDI; and Erika Cahill, CDI.

UPPER DEERFIELD, NJ – The Center for Diagnostic Imaging (CDI), the region’s leading independent radiology practice, introduced the Somatom Perspective 64-slice Multi-Detector CT (MDCT) scanner from Siemens on Thursday, Nov. 21 at its Upper Deerfield location. The new scanner delivers high-quality images with both speed and accuracy, while delivering an ultra low radiation dose, when compared to other scanners. Pediatric scanning in particular, is sensitive to a reduced dose as children are more susceptible to radiation than adults. The Somatom Perspective comes with dedicated modulation curves specifically tailored for these most delicate patients.

For more information about CDI, or to schedule an examination, call (856) 794-1700 or visit http://www.CenterForDiagnosticImaging.com/

On November 28, 2013, posted in: Latest News by