During this webinar Dr. Graeme Campbell will discuss how computed tomography (CT) is considered the “workhorse” of diagnostic imaging in almost all clinical subdisciplines. It is indispensable in terms of its availability, standardization, examination speed and options for integration into complex clinical workflows. In the musculoskeletal (MSK) domain, CT provides high-resolution images of bony structures, e.g. for the diagnosis of fracture or osteolytic/osteosclerotic lesions. Ionizing radiation and relatively low soft-tissue contrast of CT limits the usage of this modality in MSK however. New developments including multi-energy or spectral technology are beginning to widen the scope of clinical applications in CT, resulting in improvements in patient care. This webinar will cover the state-of-the-art in spectral CT and how this technology is re-shaping the clinical standard-of-care in radiology now and in the future.