Vantage Galan 3T Quiet Intelligence
Vantage Galan 3T

Quiet Intelligence

Advanced intelligent Clear-IQ Engine (AiCE)

Harness the power of deep learning to enable enhanced resolution and achieve fast imaging.

Advanced intelligent Clear-IQ Engine (AiCE) intelligently removes noise from images which results in higher SNR1 and enhanced resolution. Achieve sharp, clear and distinct images utilizing the power of Deep Learning.

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1 AiCE provides higher SNR compared with typical low pass filters.

Deep Learning

Precise IQ Engine (PIQE)2

Achieve PIQE imaging for MRI

Precise IQ Engine (PIQE) is Canon Medical’s high resolution Deep Learning Reconstruction for MRI. PIQE increases matrix size, removes noise, and delivers sharp anatomical images to take MR imaging to the next level.

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2 PIQE is 510(k) Cleared for Brain and Knee regions on the Vantage Galan 3T

Deep Learning Reconstruction for MR PIQE

Deep Learning Reconstruction for MR PIQE

Reach a new PIQE in MRI

Deep Learning technology helps deliver clear, sharp and distinct images. Acquiring high-resolution images traditionally required long scan time. However, with PIQE, high-resolution images are obtained with the same scan time as conventional scans.

Axial T2w | Acquisition time: 0:54 | Original: Matrix size 256 x 256 vs PIQE 3x3: Matrix size 768 x768
Original vs AiCE
AiCE: In phase, Water image, Fat image

Achieving quick and high SNR1 images is now possible with Canon’s intelligent new technologies

AiCE combines with rapid scanning to help you boost productivity in combination with unique Canon scan acceleration technologies like Compressed SPEEDER, you have the ability to focus on faster scans and SNR by removing noise from images.

1AiCE provides higher SNR compared to typical low pass filters.

Conventional vs AiCE

Actual scan time reductions vary by case

Advanced technologies to power your day

With unique time saving accelerated scans, short TE acquisition and quantification technologies, you now have a suite of imaging options to power through your day.

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Exsper is a new scan acceleration technique that utilizes both k-space and image space, enabling reduced scan time for Diffusion Weighted Imaging (DWI). With this technique DWI capability is expanded to increase scan resolution or decrease field of view.

Exsper x 4.0

Ax DWI / b1000, 0.7 x 0.7 mm resolution, 4 mm, Exsper x 4.0, 1:40

Acute cerebral infarction, Left ICA aneurysm

Exsper x 4.0

Images provided by Japanese facility

Multi-Echo UTE

Multi-Echo UTE utilizes a unique sampling pattern which enables the ability to acquire a very short TE in one scan, with the benefit of obtaining signals with short T2* values. Multiple data with different short TE values are also expected to see the variance in short T2* range or to create T2* mapping of tissues.

1.1x1.1 mm resolution, 1 mm: TE 0.14ms, TE 4.74ms

MR Elastography (MRE)

The role of MRE has been increasingly recognized in multidisciplinary clinical guidelines for noninvasive liver fibrosis assessment, particularly in suspected cases of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD).

MR Elastography

Non-invasive fat imaging and quantification

Imaging is rapidly becoming the standard for fat quantification. Canon’s fat imaging and quantification can simultaneously, in a single breath held exam, provide quantitative maps of the liver to measure proton density fat fraction (PDFF) and R2*.

Normal vs Obesity

Positioning flexibility

  • Multiple coils can be used simultaneously, creating flexibility for operators and comfort for patients
  • Convenient port locations mean that a large segment of exams can be performed feet first
  • 205 cm of table movement coupled with a sliding spine coil provides maximum flexibility for operators and greater comfort for patients
Integrated coil

Improve imaging robustness to enhance diagnostic capability

Many patient situations present challenges with motion artifacts and distortion and contrast agent allergies.
With clever approaches to these issues, the Vantage Galan 3T delivers diagnostically relevant images to help you avoid re-scans.

Reverse encoding Distortion Correction DWI (RDC DWI)

Reverse encoding Distortion Correction DWI (RDC DWI) is intended to reduce distortion in phase encoding direction due to B0 field inhomogeneity or eddy current, in DWI sequence.

Reverse encoding Distortion Correction DWI

Iterative Motion Correction (IMC)

IMC is a motion correction technology for reducing motion artifacts caused by sporadic movements. IMC utilizes Deep Learning based methods for motion correction in addition to traditional model-based correction.

Iterative Motion Correction

pseudo-Continuous Arterial Spin Labeling (pCASL)

Arterial Spin Labeling (ASL) MRI provides non-invasive methods to acquire perfusion weighted images without the use of external agents. pCASL utilizes a fast spin echo (FSE) readout which makes it less sensitive to susceptibility artifacts.

pseudo-Continuous Arterial Spin Labeling

Free breathing with Quick Star

Quick Star reduced motion artifacts can be helpful for challenging patients that have difficulty holding their breath or especially for liver examination.

Free breathing without Quick Star vs Free breathing with Quick Star

Non-Contrast MRA

An increasing awareness of the potential risks associated with gadolinium-based contrast agents has revealed the need for alternative, contrast-free MRA techniques. Non-contrast MRA sequences minimize risk to patients with sensitivity to contrast while producing exceptional diagnostic images.


Non-Contrast MRA