First Ring-Shaped Gantry Digital SPECT/CT

360° Total Body 3D Imaging

Spectrum Dynamics Medical built the VERITON with a new generation imaging technology like no other, wrapping 360° around the patient’s body contour for a personalized exam. The heart of the innovation is in a set of 12 digital CZT detectors that automatically move within millimeters of the patient’s body. The 3D hybrid digital scanner gives clinicians comprehensive information to help diagnose with confidence and accuracy.

In the past, converting a dual head camera to more expensive CZT technology without a broader clinical impact offered too little value. That’s why Spectrum Dynamics engineers took the bold step to change the shape of scanning with 360° CZT design, which improves sensitivity to a point that the system can truly affect change. Without the historical dual head design barriers, VERITON delivers proximity and efficiency, resolving complex imaging challenge without the traditional tradeoffs.

VERITON Innovative System Design: 360° CZT

Spectrum Dynamics product portfolio foundation is built on CZT solid-state digital detector technology. The goal is to maximize the benefits of CZT in routine clinical applications in nuclear medicine departments: -consistently generate clinical studies of high image quality; -shorten the scan times; -image using the lowest possible injected activity; -improve diagnostic accuracy; – A digital SPECT/CT such as the VERITON, can help drive new and innovative clinical growth in SPECT imaging with new applications only possible with digital technology, such as 3D dynamic myocardial perfusion imaging.

The engineering and algorithm teams developed four distinctive features for the optimal utilization of CZT detectors for SPECT imaging:

1. CZT columns that swivel to acquire data during acquisition

2. Unique gantry designs to optimize 3D imaging with the digital detectors as close to the organ of interest as possible, key for sensitivity and resolution gains .

3. A comprehensive reconstruction algorithm selection to generate the best image quality possible, with options that until know, were only used in PET/CT imaging for SUV calculation.

4. Integrated acquisition, quantitative reconstruction and review console that allows for workflow efficiency while enhancing the collaboration between the technologist and clinician.

First Ring-Shaped Gantry Digital SPECT/CT

Transition to Routine 3D Imaging with Next Generation SPECT imaging Technology

Because the digital detectors snugly surround the patient to
sense maximum photons, the 3D image quality reveals more
detail than planar, Anger based images. The multipurpose SPECT/CT system scans from head to toes in NM/CT hybrid mode, maximizing routine clinical utilization and providing detailed information in a single 3D scan. Avoid the need to request extra views—easier on the patient.

Total body SPECT/CT workflow, with 2m continuous coverage
during a hybrid acquisition, allows for efficiency and additional information when compared to a planar whole-body scan, plus an additional, localized SPECT/CT scan. The final 3D images are corrected for scatter and attenuation, partial volume effect and can be used to generate multi-view planar
(MVP) images, if required.

Improved lesion detection could be just the start. One total body acquisition result in a 3D view with PET-like slices,
shortening exam times, and the imaging efficiency allows a
lower injected dose. Those operational changes can transform the way imaging is scheduled and carried out.

Choice of 16/64 Slice Diagnostic CT Capabilities for VERITON-CT

Clinicians can use the high-resolution, low-dose CT scan data, not only for attenuation correction and localization, but also to routinely reconstruct SPECT data with partial volume correction (PVC) for improved contrast and resolution. CT image quality tools, such as metal artifact reduction, LISA low-dose iterative reconstruction and 4D dose modulation, are standard features of the VERITON-CT configuration to meet the needs of demanding nuclear medicine and radiology departments.


Up to 20/40 mm coverage with 0.625 mm spatial resolution and 2 m scan range. Clinical utility and confidence in one.


Axial and helical scans with up to 180 mmh/sec table motion and 0.5/0.4 seconds per rotation temporal sampling speed for advanced cardiac exams.


Up to 500/660 mA, 5.3/8 MHU tube and 60/80 kW generator power. Adaptive range of 80 to 140 kVp for optimized protocols.

Low Dose

Improve patient care with low dose. Certified NEMA XR-29 compliant including Low Dose Iterative Reconstruction Software (LISA) and pediatric protocols.

The latest clinical innovation in digital SPECT/CT, VERITON-CT, is designed:

VERITON-CT Image Generation: A first in SPECT/CT

Console allows for true multi-tasking: acquisition, reconstruction, and quantitative post processing of the 3D data. Image tool kit includes advanced reconstruction algorithms to ensure quantitative accuracy.

The VERITON and VERITON-CT systems are equipped with
advanced image processing algorithms to ensure state-of-the-art image quality. Options include OSEM iterative reconstruction with resolution recovery, attenuation correction (AC), scatter correction (SC), partial volume correction (PVC), high energy correction (HEC) and more.

As hybrid SPECT/CT systems increasingly become the standard
of care around the globe, maximizing the use of the CT
beyond anatomical localization, attenuation correction, or
even basic diagnostic imaging becomes more relevant. Low
dose CT scan data can also be used for Partial Volume
Correction of the reconstructed image. The aim of PVC is to
transfer the sharp edges provided by the CT into the SPECT
image by constraining the activity to remain within the
anatomical region edges during the reconstruction process

Our Unique Approach to address SPECT Imaging Challenges


360° ring-shaped gantry design, 80cm bore


Sensitiviy, Energy Resolution


Swiveling, high resolution CZT,
12 detectors


Adaptive body contouring by each detector

Image Generation

Software and Hardware Enabled Possibilities

Continued technical innovations are key to the growth of nuclear medicine as it introduces new ways to address complex imaging challenges without traditional tradeoffs. The unique approach to system geometry in VERITON, leveraging digital CZT arrays, offers improvements to photon detection and image quality. Fully digital tomographic personalized exams, enabled by swivel scanning, increase physician confidence with improved photon capture resulting in better image contrast and lesion detection. Enabled by this digital transformation of SPECT, the appeal of faster scans, lower radiation dose, fully quantitative images and improved image quality offers real potential to bring more patients back to nuclear medicine along with continued industry investment.

One Location. One Console. One Suite.

  • Database Management
  • Acquisition Protocol Selection
    – Hybrid Protocol
    – Stand-Alone Dx CT Protocol
  • Data QC and Reconstruction
  • MIM-SD Image Review Applications
    – Advanced Analysis: Quantification
    – Vendor Neutral, zero-foot print solution
    – Customized display workflows

VERITON Image Gallery

V/Q Scan: Technegas; COVID-19
Myocardial Perfusion
Brain Perfusion


“The Nuclear Medicine Department has two gamma cameras and performs around 4,500 examinations a year. We are replacing the older gamma camera with a VERITON-CT system, as we feel this is the best on the market. We want to use the increased quality of imaging and speed of scanning to improve our clinical outcomes and patient experience.”
Dr Stewart Redman - Consultant Radiologist
The Royal United Hospital RUH Bath
The VERITON-CT Solid State Gamma Camera has an intelligent novel design which permits focused collimation. The use of CZT crystal detectors means the system sensitivity is a lot higher than existing PMT designs, but also has the major advantage of better energy resolution which result in improved contrast and resolution. The higher sensitivity facilitates much faster scans, improving patient experience and allowing an increased patient throughput. The team recognizes the real potential the VERITON-CT has over other systems and looks forward to working with Spectrum Dynamics to develop new and exciting imaging techniques.” Dr. Martyn Evans - Consultant Medical Physicist, The Royal United Hospital RUH Bath
Dr. Martyn Evans
The Royal United Hospital RUH Bath
“I personally think the VERITON-CT® is the most exciting breakthrough camera for nuclear imaging since Hal Anger developed the conventional gamma camera in the 50s. The possibility of three-dimensional full-body studies, reduced injected dose to patients, reduced scan times and smart workflows, give a clear advantage over traditional gamma cameras and open a new door to the future of nuclear medicine imaging.”
Veronica Sanchez
Head of Nuclear Medicine Section - from Linköping University Hospital - Sweden
“The VERITON-CT is a huge leap forward for nuclear medicine both in terms of the digital CZT detectors and the 360-degree capability. We’re excited by the possibility of increased sensitivity, improved workflow and reduced doses, as well as the potential of new applications of dynamic 3D SPECT. We are thrilled that our patients in Bath will be the first in the UK to benefit from this exciting new technology.”
Dr. David Little
Clinical Lead for Nuclear Medicine, The Royal United Hospital RUH Bath
"In recent months, the nuclear medicine department at the St Vincent Clinic in Besançon is now performing 14 myocardial perfusion SPECT studies daily due to the 60% reduction in acquisition time in both stress and rest. At the same time, the image quality of the VERITON®- CT is significantly higher than our conventional camera (commissioned in 2019). We have reduced doses by 20%. We plan to start coronary reserve calculation studies in 2021. Dynamic imaging capabilities, with the improved spatial and temporal resolution will make this possible. With regard to DATSCAN studies, we now perform examinations 15% faster, with 33% dose reduction. We did not change the doses for the lung scans coupled with the CT scan with quantification, but the acquisition time was reduced by 25% with increased resolution. Finally, thyroid acquisitions combining tomoscintigraphy and reconstructed planar images are currently being validated similar to that of conventional planar scintigraphies."

"VERITON-CT constitutes a significant technological leap …and we are only at the beginning of exploiting its possibilities"
Dr. Pascal Berthout & Dr. Djavad Mofid
The Saint Vincent Clinic, France
""The improvement in image resolution as well as being able to work with 3D images will allow us to be more precise in diagnosis". "We will also be able to design personalised treatments with molecular radiotherapy,"
Dr Montse Cortés
Coordinator of Nuclear Medicine-PET (IDI) at the Bellvitge Hospital University, Spain
August 9, 2022

Customer Sites

Ridley-Tree Cancer Center in Santa Barbara, California USA

Schneider Children’s Medical Center of Israel

Institut Gustave Roussy, Paris France

King Chulalongkorn Memorial Hospital, Bangkok Thailand

University Hospital of Montreal (CHUM) – Canada

Bellvitge Hospital Universitari (HUB) – Spain

Linköping University Hospital – Sweden

Hospital Center University of Caen, France

Nancy Regional and University Hospital Center (CHRU), France

Royal United Hospitals Bath NHS Foundation Trust – United Kingdom


White Paper: Optimized Digital Gamma Camera Design - 360° CZT for Total Body Imaging

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Collin Schaeffer

VP Marketing

Collin Schaeffer serves as Vice President of Marketing for Spectrum Dynamics Medical and is responsible for leading the global marketing organization.

Prior to joining the company and through his more than 17 years in the nuclear medicine and molecular imaging industry, Collin gained an array of experience in marketing, product management, and R&D.

Collin holds a Bachelor of Science in nuclear medicine technology.

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Yoel Zilberstien

Founder, CTO & Business Development

Yoel Zilberstien is the founder of Spectrum Dynamics Medical and serves today as Chief Technology Officer and heads the business development of the company, Yoel is also responsible and is the inventor and coinventor of the company’s formidable patent and trade secretportfolio 

Yoel started his career as mechanical engineer in Elscint in the nuclear medicine division where he developed many of the technologies that have become standard within the SPECT industry. This division was later bought by GE. After leaving Elscint Yoel joined Biosense who focused on Electro-Physiology where he co-invented an endo-vascular GPS guidance system today known as the Carto system. Biosense was later bought by Johnson & Johnson.  

In 2000 Yoel founded the Spectrum Dynamics Medical with the vision of transforming the slow and unclear analog nuclear imaging technology to clear, digital and almost online imaging. Thereby providing the platforms for innovative clinical imaging therapy guiding applications. 

Yoel holds BSc degree in mechanical engineering from the Technion Institute of Technology. 

Jim Haisler

Chief Commercial Officer

Jim Haisler heads the global commercial operations of Spectrum Dynamics Medical being responsible for sales and marketing of the company’s products. 

Jim brings to the company extensive experience in general management, sales and marketing in the field of medical diagnostic imaging and therapy.  

Prior to joining the companyJim held executive level sales management positions with Philips Medical Systems, PhyMatrix Diagnostic Imaging, Dornier Medical Systems, N.A. and ADAC Laboratories.  

Jim has an educational background in X-ray and Nuclear Medicine Technology and holds an MBA Degree in Business from Pepperdine University. 

Nathaniel Roth

Chief R&D and Clinical Research Officer

Nathaniel Roth serves as Spectrum Dynamics Medical Vice President of research and development where he oversees and leads the development of the company’s products, clinical research and innovative technologies. 

Nathaniel joined the company as physicist later taking roles of Chief Physicist, Chief Physicist and Clinical Research Director, R&D manager before assuming his current role. 

Prior to joining the company, Nathaniel served as physicist for EADS, a military field company.  

Nathaniel holds a MSc degree in physics from University of Nice, France with additional post graduate degree in optics from the University of Saint Etienne.

Tomer Gabay

Chief Financial Officer

Tomer Gabay Serves as Spectrum Dynamics Medical CFO, being responsible for managing the company’s finances, including financial planning, management of financial risks, record-keeping, and financial reporting.

Prior to his appointment as CFO, Tomer Served as Director of Finance and controller of the company.

Before joining the company, Tomer served as an audit manager of public and private companies in various industries at PwC Israel.

Tomer brings over 10 years of experience in Finance, Business and Operations in global organizations as well as startups including business planning, budgeting, forecasting, negotiations, due-diligence and fund raising. Tomer holds a BA degree in economics and accounting, and is a certified public accountant.

Amir Stadtmauer

VP Operations

Amir Stadtmauer is responsible for leading the global operations activities of Spectrum Dynamics Medicalwhich includes manufacturing, sourcing, logisticsinformation system and engineering 

Amir has a vast supply chain experience of over 22 years in leading operation teams of capital equipment companies. 

Amir holds an MSc degree in Industrial Engineering and Management from Tel-Aviv University.

Igor Naroditsky

Vice President RA & QA

Igor Naroditsky is responsible for the Regulatory Affairs and Quality Assurance of Spectrum Dynamics Medical. 

Igor brings over 20 years of solid quality, regulatory and engineering experience in the healthcare and capital equipment industry. Prior to joining Spectrum Dynamics, Igor served as Vice President of Quality and Regulatory at KarmelSonix (ASX: KSI), an Australian healthcare company. Before that, he served for 10 years as Director of Global Quality Assurance and Regulatory Affairs at Camtek (NYSE: CAMT).  

Igor holds a BSc degree in Industrial Engineering from Ben Gurion University and a MSc degree in System Engineering and Management from the Technion Institute of Technology and is a Certified Quality Engineer. 

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Xin Ma

Guang Mai CEO

Xin serves as Shanghai Guangmai (SDs China Division) CEO since 2021.

Before joining the company, Xin served as CEO at Foze Medical Technology Limited and CEO at Shanghai Hi-tech Medical Technology limited for over 12 years.

Xin graduated from Kellogg School of management with MBA degree and from London School of Economics with MSc in Information Technology.

Ayelet Dekel

VP Human Resources

Ayelet Dekel serves as Spectrum Dynamics Medical Vice President of human resources, being responsible for the global people operations. 

Ayelet joined the company as supply chain manager later becoming VP of Operations and HR manager before assuming her current role in the company. 

Ayelet brings to Spectrum Dynamics 20 years of experience in the global operations and human resources management. 

Ayelet holds a BSc degree in industrial engineering and an Advanced Certificate Studies in Human Resources from Bar Ilan University. 

Nilda Rivera

Senior Director of Product Marketing

Nilda Rivera is responsible for the worldwide marketing activities of Spectrum Dynamics Medical including trade shows, advertisement, web and social media, products definition, sales tool development etc. 

Prior to joining the company Nilda worked at GE for many years and held various senior nuclear medicine and PET sales and marketing roles. Before joining GE Nilda worked as staff nuclear medicine technologist / clinical instructor University of Miami Jackson Memorial Hospital. 

Nilda holds a BSc degree in Biology/Chemistry from the University of Miami and is also nuclear medicine technologist.

Dalia Shiti

VP Clinical Applications

Dalia Shiti serves as Spectrum Dynamics Medical Vice President of clinical applications being responsible for the applications training of the company’s customers worldwide. 

In her previous roles in the company Dalia served as clinical applications specialist and clinical application manager.   

Before joining the company Dalia served as leading technician in Bnai Zion Medical Center, Israel.

Ruthie Ben-kish

VP of Product development

Ruthie BenKish serves as the director of software development anmanages the main products development programs in Spectrum Dynamics Medical. 

Ruthie joined the company as software department manager and was then promoted to Director of Software development before assuming her current role. Ruthie brings to Spectrum Dynamics Medical over 25 years of experience in development of medical imaging and diagnostic systems of multiple modalities. 

Ruthie holds a BSc degree in Electrical Engineering and a MSc degree in Biomedical Engineering from the Technion Institute of Technology.

Shlomi Aloya

VP Customer Support

Shlomi Aloya  is responsible for leading the global customer support organization of Spectrum Dynamics Medical. 

Shlomi has a vast service, operation and R&D experience of over 22 years in leading technical teams for capital equipment companies. 

Shlomi holds BA Executives degree  Business Administration and a M.A. Decision making & Negotiation

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Gilad Yoeli

Chief Executive Officer

Gilad serves as Spectrum Dynamics Medical CEO since 2019. 

Before assuming the role of CEO Gilad served as the company CFO and chief operations officer of the company 

Before joining the company Gilad served as Chief Financial Officer at CoreFlow, and Senior Manager at Ernst & Young.  

Gilad graduated the University of Haifa with a BA degree in Economics and has spent his career in roles of increasing responsibility giving him a great range of exposure and leadership in business planning, medical devices, entrepreneurship, venture capital, and biotechnology.