Toshiba MRI Coils for Sale
As LBN Medical focuses on selling MRI coils from all the major brands operating on the market for used medical equipment, you can also find Canon/Toshiba MRI coils in our warehouse.
We always have a selection of high quality Canon/Toshiba MRI coils. At our LBN Medical online store, we offer coils for popular MRIs such as the well-known Vantage Titan 1.5T.
Below is a selection of our Canon/Toshiba MRI coils, if you cannot find what you are looking for please contact us.
MRI Coils Types
Nowadays, there is a wide choice of MRI coils on the market. They serve different purposes and some of them can serve multiple ones. Therefore, you can get easily confused about which one of them you should use. The most common MRI coils clinicians use in their practices are:
• MRI head coils / MRI brain coils - they are typically birdcage coils. Multi-channel coils allow you to speed up the scanning time with parallel imaging.
• Transmit receive coils - they are particularly useful for spectroscopic imaging techniques due to their low image noise.
• Multi-channel neuro coils - these coils enable to combine cervical spine MRI, brain MRI, neurovascular MRI, and so on.
• MRI spine coils - they usually consist of up to 15 phased array elements with a lower number of channels.
• Knee coils
• Specialized extremity coils - these coils are built for high resolution images, among them are wrist MRI coils, shoulder MRI coils, foot coils, finger coils, etc.
• Dedicated bilateral breast MRI coils - they provide easy placement and maximum access for MR guided interventions.
• An endorectal MRI coil - it is an RF (Radiofrequency) coil that is used to obtain high-quality images of the rectum area, especially for prostate imaging.
• Surface coils - this type of MRI coils is offered by all manufacturers for general purpose, they have different designs for a high signal to noise ratio, quicker image acquisition and patient throughput or higher image resolution.
• Body coils - these coils are commonly integrated in whole body MRI systems and give you the ability to scan larger patients.