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Integrated Modular Systems Inc. (IMSI) has released the upgraded and integrated imsiRIS.PACS, a Web-based image and ...

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AMICAS Inc. has released Vision Series PACS Version 5.0, a release representing advancements to the company’s image ...

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Feature | Mary Beth Massat

Imagine logging in at your workstation, a user interface pops up with your name, Hello Dr. Smith, and the protocols for ...

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TeraRecon will introduce the iNtuition platform architecture for the Aquarius suite of products. iNtuition is designed ...

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Feature | Cristen C. Bolan

As if RSNA wasn’t big enough, expect it to be even bigger this year. As the scope of radiology widens, so does the ...

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In today’s environment of increasing accountability and cost optimization, radiology centers are seeking ways to manage ...

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Philips iSite PACS is a solution for delivery of medical images and reports to referring physicians throughout the ...

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NovaRad Corp. has released NovaPACS 6.5 with enhanced administration console tools and increased tool availability on ...

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Feature | Nadim Daher

With the adoption of PACS within multiple departments across the enterprise and its increasing operation across ...

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The SonoAce X4, a black and white ultrasound system is now available from Medison. The SonoAce X4 features full-spectrum imaging, synthetic aperture, tissue harmonic imaging, a high dynamic range of 150 dB, freehand 3D and 3D multiplanar imaging, quick scan times, post gain control and high-resolution zoom.

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The University of Wisconsin Hospitals and Clinics in Madison, WI, is at the forefront of medical research and technology ...

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Zoll Medical Corp., a manufacturer of resuscitation devices and related software solutions, reported that Uintah Basin ...

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Feature | Brady D. Schultz

In the past, nuclear medicine had been coined “unclear medicine” by cynics because of its inability to target exactly where disease is located in the body. The uncertainty was not in the ability of functional imaging to determine a problem, but in localization.

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Thoratec Corp., a product manufacturer in cardiovascular disease, said that its International Technidyne Corporation ...

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At RSNA 2006, GE will release Centricity PACS version 3.0, which is designed to help hospitals and imaging centers ...

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In a study by Dr. Jean-Yves Douillard of the Centre Rene Gauducheau in St. Herblain, France, and colleagues in Italy and ...

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Jan. 23-24, 2007, Las Vegas. Learn current best practices and invaluable strategies from the leaders of top bariatric ...

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Canon Medical Systems will exhibit its newest digital radiography (DR) systems at RSNA, the Canon CXDI-50C Portable DR ...

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A New UCLA study shows Ceremed Inc.'s Ostene, designed to stop bone bleeding during cardiac surgery, doesn't inhibit ...

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Feature | Cristen C. Bolan

New whole-body imaging techniques are widening the scope of vision into the details of biological function. By using ...

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