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SOMATOM go.Up

Expand your successful CT business

SOMATOM go.Up helps you expand your clinical portfolio and turn complex exams into clinical routine. Thanks to premium technologies, it delivers results that will help you take the next clinical step and go beyond routine.

  • Fast and efficient routine scanning
  • High-quality CT angiography
  • Speed and accuracy in routine neuro examinations
  • Broaden your portfolio in preventive care
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Multiphase contrast media enhanced imaging of the kidneys; spiral 0.7 mm acquisition, 3 mm reconstructions, tube voltage 130 kV; Courtesy of University Hospital Erlangen, Germany.
Siemens Healthineers - CT scanner - SOMATOM go.Up - Clinical Image
Multiphase contrast media enhanced imaging of the kidneys; spiral 0.7 mm acquisition, 3 mm reconstructions, tube voltage 130 kV; Courtesy of University Hospital Erlangen, Germany.
Siemens Healthineers - CT scanner - SOMATOM go.Up - Clinical Image
Multiphase contrast media enhanced imaging of the kidneys; spiral 0.7 mm acquisition, 3 mm reconstructions, tube voltage 130 kV; Courtesy of University Hospital Erlangen, Germany.
Siemens Healthineers - CT scanner - SOMATOM go.Up - Clinical Image
Multiphase contrast media enhanced imaging of the kidneys; spiral 0.7 mm acquisition, 3 mm reconstructions, tube voltage 130 kV; Courtesy of University Hospital Erlangen, Germany.
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Abdominal imaging of obese patients; spiral 0.7 mm acquisition, coronal 3 mm MPR ranges, tube voltage 130 kV; Courtesy of University Hospital Erlangen, Germany.
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CT angiography with low kV setting; spiral 0.7 mm acquisition, VRT + bone removal in CT View&GO, tube voltage 80 kV; Courtesy of University Hospital Erlangen, Germany.
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CT imaging of the skull base and the inner ear; spiral 0.7 mm acquisition, 0.8 MPR, tube voltage 130 kV; Courtesy of University Hospital Erlangen, Germany.
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Contrast media enhanced spiral CT of the brain; spiral 0.7 mm acquisition, inline brain 3 mm MPR recon, tube voltage 130 kV; Courtesy of University Hospital Erlangen, Germany.
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Digital substraction angiography of the cerebral vessels; spiral 0.7 mm acquisition, MIP Neuro DSA in CT View&GO, tube voltage 110 kV; Courtesy of University Hospital Erlangen, Germany.
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Low-dose lung imaging for nodule visualization; spiral 0.7 mm acquisition, thick slice MIP, tube voltage 110 kV + Tin Filter; Courtesy of University Hospital Erlangen, Germany.
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Low-dose lung imaging for nodule visualization; spiral 0.7 mm acquisition, coronal 1 mm MPR, tube voltage 110 kV + Tin Filter; Courtesy of University Hospital Erlangen, Germany.
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Low-dose lung imaging for nodule visualization; spiral 0.7 mm acquisition, coronal 1 mm MPR, tube voltage 110 kV + Tin Filter; Courtesy of University Hospital Erlangen, Germany.
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Virtual colonoscopy; spiral 0.7 mm acquisition, endoscopic view in CT View&GO, tube voltage 130 kV; Courtesy of University Hospital Erlangen, Germany.
Siemens Healthineers - CT scanner - SOMATOM go.Up - Clinical Image
Virtual colonoscopy; spiral 0.7 mm acquisition, endoscopic view in CT View&GO, tube voltage 130 kV; Courtesy of University Hospital Erlangen, Germany.
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