Technology | November 08, 2006

BRIT will launch its multimodality mammography workstation, BRIT Vision and new reporting features for Roentgen RIS at RSNA 2006.
BRIT Vision is for use with any FDA-cleared full-field digital mammography system or with digitized film from a film-screen system. The tools developed for mammography will be made available in all other BRIT Systems diagnostic viewers.
The workstation will also provide mammography specific reading tools, including support for CAD overlays, over-reading tools with statistics, special hot-keys and icons and animated hanging protocols. Color images can be viewed on the workstation with BRIT’s standard two portrait grayscale and one landscape color monitor configuration.
The upgrades to Roentgen RIS include streamlining the reporting templates with “three click normals,” designed to enable a radiologist to quickly prepare a “normal” diagnosis report. A new structured reporting tool for radiology will also be introduced.


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