But traditional CT scanners require that a patient stay very, very still in order to receive clear images. When GE announced the Revolution CT scanner last year, the company claimed that its use of high-speed imaging and image stabilization would make the process quicker and sharper.
GE announced in a recent blog post that the first six-month clinical trial of the machine has been a success, and the company took the opportunity to show off some of the impressive images it's produced. See more below:
THIS IS WHAT THE BIGGEST ARTERY IN YOUR BODY LOOKS LIKE. Plus some kidneys.
And more glamor shots of the Circle of Willis, which keeps your brain well-fed with blood: