G-scan

G-display

G-display
A rectangular display that places the target at its center as the radar antenna aims at it. The display shows the range, azimuth, and elevation, unlike the earlier versions of radarscopes. It is suitable for tracking only one target at a time. The tracked target is displayed as a line called a wing spot. The length of a wing spot is inversely proportional to the target range. If there are any aiming errors, the blip is suitably displaced from the center. Also known as a G-scan.
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And as the scanner, called G-scan Brio, is an open magnet system rather than a traditional "tunnel" system, it is ideal for claustrophobic patients.
John Manchester, a lead MR radiographer at the hospital, said: "We were excited to invest in the G-scan as an excellent example of innovative technology for North Wales.
Pat Youds, associate chief of Staff for Radiography in North Wales, added: "Having the G-scan means we have extra capacity to meet high demand for the scanning of patients who are referred from all over North Wales, which covers a population of around 676,000 people across six counties.
Llanelli <BYsbyty Glan Clwyd has a weight-bearing MRI scanner called the G-scan
Known as the G-Scan, the hi-tech equipment was bought after a PS740,000 investment from the Welsh Government.
The arm is compatible with all Axila probes--contact, non-contact, trigger, and G-scan laser scanner.
The MRI unit, known as the G-Scan, allows patients at Ysbyty Glan Clwyd to be scanned in any position.