Vantage Titan 1.5T

The shortest magnet with the largest clinical FOV currently available in the industry. With a 71 cm aperture and a 1.5T ultra-short, open-bore, Vantage Titan™ provides outstanding image quality without compromise.

  • Shortest Magnet 1.4m

  • Widest Aperture 71cm

  • Quietest Scan Environment

  • Highest Homogeneity
  • Integrated Coils
  • Feet First Imaging
  • <2ppm, 50cm FOV (Z Axis)

  • Scalable RF platform

  • Wireless Gating



The new Titan series is scalable throughout the Titan family. The magnet stays in place.



M-Power was designed by the Technologist for Technologists. This intuitive user interface makes Work flow and post processing applications as easy as 1, 2, 3



Image more of your patients with the largest clinical field-of-view (FOV) of any 
ultra-short, open-bore system (55 x 55 x 50 cm).


Take the Non-Contrast Challenge

Toshiba's Vantage systems are the only systems available with a complete suite of
contrast-free MRA techniques.



Breast Exams

Vantage Titan's open bore offers up to 100% more clearance for the higher profile coils that breast exams require.


Bariatric Exams

Your patient community is literally expanding and its commonplace to see patients who weigh 350lbs or more. Vantage Titan's open bore provides the room they need.


Opening new possibilities for all of your patients.


Built to increase patient comfort the Vantage Titan provides up to 100% more clearance from nose to magnet than systems that label themselves as "Open MRI."

  • 71 cm aperture
  • Feet First Imaging
  • Bariatric friendly
  • Breast exam capable
  • Improved patient comfort


Besides offering more patient comfort, Vantage Titan's ultra-short open bore can perform a wider range of exams. From bariatric to breast and non-contrast imaging, the Vantage Titan has far fewer limitations than Open MRI systems.


Feet First Exams

An ultra-short open bore design, 55×55×50 cm field-of-view and multiple coil ports allow 70% of all procedures to be performed feet first.

Non-Contrast MR Angiography

Based on a growing body of evidence that links gadolinium-based contrast agents with Nephrogenic Systemic Fibrosis/Nephrogenic Fibrosing Dermopathy (NSF/NFD), there is a clear need for rapid, ultra-clear MRA without the use of contrast agents.

In 1998, Toshiba pioneered non-contrast MR imaging. Now, with over 10 years of clinical experience, Toshiba's Vantage systems are the only systems available with a complete suite of contrast-free MRA techniques.

Practical Experience

White Papers


View Study

Improved Auditory fMRI Imaging Using Toshiba Scanner With Pianissimo

Cerebrospinal Fluid Dynamics Imaging 3T

Experience With Use of Multi-phase transmission in 3T MR Imaging of the Upper Abdomen

Flow Sensitive Black Blood Imaging-FSSB

Initial Clinical Experiences of Toshiba 3T

Time-Spatial Labeling Inversion for Cerebrospinal Fluid Flow Evaluation


View Study

PLOS One—Masking Level Differences: A Diffusion Tensor Imaging and Functional MRI Study


Increase Clinical Utility with Simple Connectivity Solutions

Toshiba designs embrace open network standards to facilitate easy integration in the widest variety of network environments, complying with DICOM and IHE standards to assure standards-based communications protocol between network systems.


Toshiba has voluntarily implemented the communications of its medical imaging systems with the IHE: Integrating the Healthcare Enterprise. This allows the user to boost clinical efficiency with universal IHE connectivity for simple access and distribution of data across any size physician or hospital network.

IHE Profiles Supported

  • Scheduled Workflow
  • Portable Data for Imaging
  • Consistent Presentation of Images
  • Presentation of Grouped Procedures
  • Patient Information Reconciliation
  • Charge Posting
  • IHE Integration Statements


  • DICOM CD-R and DVD-RAM — Provides long-term storage media for valuable image data. During re-examination, physicians can access stored images for reference.
  • DICOM Print — Exports images to DICOM-compliant printers. A virtual film function lets the operator preview the final print and adjusts its composition and presentation for optimal print quality.

  • DICOM Storage Commitment, Query/Retrieve — Operators can archive images to a network and retrieve images from past examinations for review and as reference map images.

  • DICOM Modality Worklist Management, Performed Procedure Step — Operators and staff can access scheduled exams and transmit exam results directly to hospital information systems.

  • DICOM Conformance Statements