THE OnSIGHT SYSTEM it’s designed to provide pristine 3D images at the point of care—with an easy-open bore and patient access to allow weight-bearing studies not possible with traditional CT. Plus, site and install requirements are low to enable a fast, affordable, convenient imaging process for timely diagnosis and commencement of treatment.


  • Ability to perform upper and lower extremity 3D exams, including weight bearing
  • Wide door opening for easy, step-in patient access for weight-bearing exams
  • Provides high-resolution 3D images that can help to reveal subtle or occult fractures
  • Reduced dose compared to conventional CT systems
  • Small footprint and simplified design to cut the time and cost of system installation, compared to conventional CT systems
  • May be installed at the preferred location for patient treatment in your orthopaedic practice for convenient imaging, diagnosis and treatment planning in one visit

These two sagittal images, reconstructed from the same projection data, show the improvement in artifact reduction resulting from the advanced metal and scatter correction algorithms.

The image on the left from a non-weight-bearing exam fails to provide a clear view of bone impingement revealed in the OnSight weight-bearing exam on the right.

Weight-bearing imaging

  • High resolution isotropic image capture
  • Large field of view
  • Provides high-resolution 3D images that can help to reveal subtle or occult fractures
  • Advanced metal and scatter correction algorithms
  • Reduced noise via algorithmic iterative reconstruction techniques



  • Ability to perform both high-resolution 2D and 3D exams
  • Simplified user interface to guide the technologist through the exam
  • Fast equipment setup with preprogrammed auto-positions
  • Dual operator controls on each side of the system for fine positioning
  • Easy interoperability in a DICOM supported environment
OnSight 3D Extremity System Demo

Clinical Video: Weight-bearing Ankle

Clinical Video: Weight-bearing Knee

Clinical Video: Seated Hands Exam