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The World's First Pet-friendly

3D CT/X-Ray Scanner.

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Dr. Nina Spyra


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Dr. Nina Spyra is a veterinary dentist and the owner of a veterinary practice for dentistry and oral surgery in Innsbruck, Austria. Her practice, Tierarztpraxis für Zahnheilkunde und Kieferchirurgie Dr. Nina Spyra (VETERINARY PRACTICE FOR DENTISTRY AND JAW SURGERY), is located at 14, Fischnalerstraße, Höttinger Au, Hötting Innsbruck 6020. The practice offers dental and oral surgery services for small animals. Dr. Spyra is also part of a team that includes Abby Jan, Verena Volgger, and Anna-Laura Fuchs.



THE REPORT: For several years, Dr. Nina Spyra has utilized the Claris V CBCT to enhance her veterinary practice, focusing on a diverse range of canine and feline patients. Specializing in veterinary dentistry and oral surgery, she has been a prominent figure in the veterinarian community in Innsbruck, Austria. Dr. Spyra heavily depends on the Claris V CBCT  technology to elevate her surgical services for small animals, including preoperative planning.


PATIENT BACKGROUND: The canine presented with a substantial tumor on its neck, prompting a thorough examination through a full-body scan to assess the possibility of metastasis. Fortunately, the results indicated the absence of additional tumors elsewhere in the body. Employing contrast during the scanning process enhanced precision, facilitating a successful and meticulous removal of the tumor. To optimize imaging conditions, the veterinary team utilized intubation and sedation, effectively slowing the heartbeat and yielding clear and detailed scans. This comprehensive approach highlights the successful integration of diagnostic measures and surgical intervention, ensuring the canine's well-being and marking a significant milestone in its medical treatment.


NOTES: A dog with a large neck tumor had a full-body scan, ruling out metastasis. Contrast facilitated successful tumor removal, ensuring clear visualization without artifacts. 


This image also sheds light on the use of contrast for soft tissue clarity.


CLARIS V | Real Use Images

CLARIS V | Use Cases

The Claris V is designed specifically for veterinary use are not only available they are becoming increasingly common in veterinary practices and clinics.




Claris V can be used to assess musculoskeletal conditions in animals, including fractures, joint diseases, and skeletal deformities. It provides detailed images of bones and joints, enabling veterinarians to diagnose and plan treatments, such as orthopedic surgeries or the fitting of orthopedic devices.



Claris V can also be utilized for imaging soft tissues in animals. It can assist in evaluating masses, tumors, or abnormalities in organs or soft tissue structures.



Claris V is valuable for examining the nasal and sinus cavities in animals. It helps in identifying nasal masses, foreign bodies, or structural abnormalities that may be causing respiratory issues or other related conditions.



Claris V imaging allows veterinarians to perform detailed pre-operative planning for complex surgeries. It provides precise 3D visualization of the anatomical structures involved, aiding in surgical decision-making and reducing the risk of complications during procedures.



Claris V is particularly useful for evaluating dental and oral conditions in animals, such as tooth root infections, dental fractures, and oral tumors. It provides detailed 3D images of the oral cavity, allowing veterinarians to plan and perform dental procedures more accurately.

Larger, Consistent Field-of-View

Traditional flat panel detectors have a limited field-of-view and can miss vital anatomical information, the Claris V captures more important diagnostic image data in a single exposure with its large format 17X17 inch sensor. Cesium Sensor technology reduces dose and improves CT resolution at very high frame capture rates, reducing movement artifacts and improving patient outcomes.

Emergency Care, Surgical Planning, General Imaging Large 17” by 17"

Detector Plates, Minimal Footprint, Ideal For Small Clinics, Dose Optimized By Imaging Application.

Variable Resolution Down To 140-micron Voxel Size.

Advanced CBCT Capable Of Full Chest Studies. Traditional Full CT, Tomosynthesis.

Replace X-Ray Rooms

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