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Given the competitive nature of the medical field and the ever changing economic situation, you need to be able to make your dollar go farther than it has ever gone before. By utilizing RadSource’s medical radiology experience and expertise, you’ll be able to get the best deal for your money, whether it be a new piece of equipment, an OptimaOne professionally refurbished machine, or an entire new radiology room. RadSource is here to help you every step of the way from start to finish.

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March 24 – 28, 2018 New York, NY

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April 14 – 17, 2018 Orlando, FL

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April 24 – 29, 2018 Orlando, FL

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April 27 – 30, 2018 Austin, TX

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April 28 – May 2, 2018 New Orleans, LA

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Videos from Samsung

Samsung Product Line

This video shows the Samsung product line.

Samsung GC80 – Product Video

The GC80 series delivers high-quality Digital Radiography performance along with a simplified workflow, to maximize user experience. The GC80 series offers you the best diagnostic solution, while increasing your throughput and improving your workplace.

Samsung GC80 – Case Video

The GC80 series delivers high-quality Digital Radiography performance along with a simplified workflow, to maximize user experience. The GC80 series offers you the best diagnostic solution, while increasing your throughput and improving your workplace.

Samsung GC80 & GU60A – Product Video

The Samsung SMART DR product line delivers high-quality Digital Radiography performance along with a simplified workflow, to maximize user experience.

Samsung GU60A – Case Video

Ergonomic design leading to high productivity, Image sharpness and low dose with S-Detector, Rotation type Smart Stitching for higher accuracy.

Samsung GC85A – Product Video

  • Experience a new level of efficiency with a digital radiography system designed for streamlined operation.
  • Equipped with superior S-Detector, S-Vue, and S-Align imaging technologies, GC85A provides outstanding images that boost diagnostic confidence.
  • Reduce operating costs and downtime with S-Share compatibility and auto positioning features that expedite operation.

How BIG is Samsung (They Have a Military Department)!

RadSource Imaging Technologies is a premier distributor of the Samsung SMART DR product line.

Recent Installation Galleries

Samsung XGEO GF50

Samsung GC85 Ceiling Digital X-ray System

Samsung XGEO GC85 Ceiling Digital X-ray at Norman Regional Health System

AmRad FRS 40kW Floor Rail System

Professionally Refurbished GE LightSpeed VCT 64 Slice CT

Professionally Refurbished GE Legacy R/F System

There is a Difference.

The RadSource difference is in our commitment to providing outstanding customer care every step of the way.

We supply the most innovative healthcare systems on the market with a service department dedicated to maximizing your up-time and minimizing setbacks.

Case Studies

Digital Radiography

Baptist Hospital (GC85A)

Mehiläinen Turku (GC80)

Samsung Digital X-ray from Northwick Park Hospital


Liver stiffness measurement using S-Shearwave: Initial experience

Portable CT

BodyTom® Case Review: Framed Stereotactic Bilateral Deep Brain Stimulator Placement

BodyTom® Intraoperative CT Case Studies

White Papers

Digital Radiography

Optimizing image quality and dose in advanced S-Detector system

Optimizing image quality with advanced post-processing techniques: Clinical examples


ElastoScan™ in breast diagnostics

An improved quantification tool for breast ElastoScan™: E-Breast™

Experiences of intrinsic compression ultrasound elastography (E-Thyroid™) in differentiating benign from malignant thyroid nodule

Portable CT

How portable CT scanning is changing stroke treatment in rural settings.

North Shore Medical Center: Portable CT Helps Stroke Center Significantly Reduce Door-to-Scan Time

Intermountain Stroke Center: Dedicated to helping Stroke Victims and Preventing Future Strokes.

Deep Brain Stimulation: CereTom® Intraoperative CT is Helping Shape the Future of DBS Surgery.

Once you are ready to sell your used equipment, look no further than RadSource.

Contact us to receive your free, no-obligation report today.

Published Articles

BodyTom DBS

  • Gill, A.S., et al. (2014) “Validation of Intraoperative 32-slice computed tomography as a useful adjunct to MR and MER-guided DBS Implantation in STN-Targeted Parkinson’s Disease: Existing Prospects on the Horizon”, Stereotact Funct Neurosug, 92(suppl 1), #234 – Poster presentation; Available from:

BodyTom Engineering

BodyTom Spine

CereTom Ambulance

CereTom DBS

  • Burchiel, K.J., et al. (2013) “Accuracy of deep brain stimulation electrode placement using intraoperative computed tomography without microelectrode recording: Clinical article”, Journal of Neurosurgery, 119(2), 301–306; Available from:
  • Mirzadeh, Z., et al. (2014) “Validation of CT-MRI fusion for intraoperative assessment of stereotactic accuracy in DBS surgery”, Movement Disorders, 29(14), 1788–1795; Available from:
  • Pezeshkian, P., et al. (2011) “Accuracy of frame-based stereotactic magnetic resonance imaging vs. frame-based stereotactic head computed tomography fused with recent magnetic resonance imaging for postimplantation deep brain stimulator lead localization”, Neurosurgery, 69(6), 1299–1306; Available from:

CereTom Dose

  • Aw-Zoretic, J., et al. (2014) “Estimation of Effective Dose And Lifetime Attributable Risk From Multiple Head CT Scans In Ventriculoperitoneal Shunted Children”, European Journal of Radiology, 83(10), 1920–1924; Available from:
  • Goske, M.J. (2014) “Diagnostic reference ranges and the American College of Radiology Dose Index Registry: The pediatric experience”, Pediatric Radiology, 44(3), 506–510; Available from:
  • Mamourian, A., et al. (2010) “Cumulative radiation dose in patients with aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage”, AJNR, 31(10), E87–E88; author reply E89; Available from:
  • Rumboldt, Z., et al. (2009) “Review of portable CT with assessment of a dedicated head CT scanner”, AJNR, 30(9), 1630–6; Available from:
  • Stevens, G.C., et al. (2009) “The use of mobile computed tomography in intensive care: Regulatory compliance and radiation protection”, Journal of Radiological Protection, 29(4), 483–490; Available from:

CereTom General

  • Andrews, R.J., et al. (2015) “Unpredictable, unpreventable and impersonal medicine: Global disaster response in the 21st century”, EPMA Journal, 6(2); Available from:
  • Babcock, L.E., et al. (2014) “Cambrian (Guzhangian Stage) trilobites from Ohio, USA, and modification of the Cedaria Zone as used in Laurentia”, GFF, 136(1), 6–15; Available from:
  • Golberg, A., et al. (2015) “Skin Rejuvenation with Non-Invasive Pulsed Electric Fields”, Scientific Reports, 5, 10187; Available from:
  • Josephson, S.A., et al. (2010) “Ventilator-associated pneumonia in a neurologic intensive care unit does not lead to increased mortality”, Neurocritical Care, 12(2), 155–158; Available from:
  • Kemppainen, J., et al. (2014) “The Use of a Portable CT Scanner for the Intraoperative Assessment of Talocalcaneal Coalition Resections”, Journal of Pediatric Orthopedics, 34(5), 559–564; Available from:
  • Malik, A.M. (2012) “Portable head computed tomography in the diagnosis of cerebral fat embolism secondary to cardiac surgery”, The Neurohospitalist, 2(4), 154–155; Available from:
  • Morsy, S., et al. (2015) “Effect of low-concentration HCl on the mineralogy, physical and mechanical properties, and recovery factors of some shales”, Journal of Unconventional Oil and Gas Resources, 9, 94–102; Available from:
  • Ghajar, J. (2000) “Traumatic brain injury”, The Lancet, 356(9233), 923–929; Available from
  • Rakvongthai, Y., et al. (2014) “Spectral CT Using Multiple Balanced K-Edge Filters”, IEEE Transactions on Medical Imaging, 34(3), 740–747; Available from:
  • Rotstein, B., et al. (2015) “Practical Radiosynthesis and Preclinical Neuroimaging of [11C]isradipine, a Calcium Channel Antagonist”, Molecules, 20(6), 9550–9559; Available from:
  • Sekhon, M.S., et al. (2014) “Optic nerve sheath diameter on computed tomography is correlated with simultaneously measured intracranial pressure in patients with severe traumatic brain injury”, Intensive Care Medicine, 40(9), 1267–1274; Available from:

CereTom ICU

CereTom Image Quality

CereTom Neurosurgery

CereTom Pediatric

  • LaRovere, K. L., et al. (2012). Head computed tomography scanning during pediatric neurocritical care: diagnostic yield and the utility of portable studies. Neurocritical Care, 16(2), 251–7.

CereTom Veterinary

  • Foster, B., et al. (2014) “Segmentation of PET images for computer-aided functional quantification of tuberculosis in small animal models”, IEEE Transactions on Bio-Medical Engineering, 61(3), 711–724; Available from:
  • Gasiorowski, J.C., et al. (2015) “Clinical Use of Computed Tomography and Surface Markers to Assist Internal Fixation Within the Equine Hoof”, Veterinary Surgery, 44(2) 214–222; Available from:
  • Porter, J.N., et al. (2014) “Altered cerebellar and prefrontal cortex function in rhesus monkeys that previously self-administered cocaine”, Psychopharmacology, 231(21), 4211-4218; Available from:

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