Vitrea software is Vital Images’ advanced visualization solution that creates 2D, 3D and 4D images of human anatomy from CT and MR image data, allowing physicians to navigate within these images to better understand disease conditions. Vitrea addresses specialists’ needs through various software options for cardiac, colon, vessel probe and other applications. It also utilizes an intuitive clinical workflow and automatic settings to improve speed and simplicity. Other capabilities and partnerships with PACS providers expanded physicians’ access to Vitrea software throughout an enterprise.
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Advanced Visualization Platform Aimed at Specialists
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