Technology | April 07, 2008

Analysis Tools Integrate into PACS, Radiology Workflow

Voxar 3D version 6.3 offers a complete suite of advanced visualization and analysis tools created to deliver productivity and high-quality multimedia reports, reportedly allowing users to better read large volumetric datasets.

Created to give rapid, multi-user access to enterprise-wide volumetric image studies, the suite can be integrated into the radiology workflow, directly into an existing PACS or as an economical interim solution.

Voxar 3D allows users to separately license the advanced visualization and analysis tools and includes Voxar 3D Core which allows for access to MIP and MPR tools, including slabs, obliques and different intensity projections. Featured on the suite is Voxar 3D Advanced, which reportedly extends the functionality of Voxar 3D Core with additional tools such as targeted review, fly-through and powerful segmentation and bone removal tools. The solution also features Voxar 3D clinical applications, an optional suite of clinical applications that reportedly allows users to get through your most common clinical studies with speed and ease.

April 2008

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