Technology | September 16, 2009

Brit Upgrades Mammography Module to Enhance Comparative Image Review

September 16, 2009 - BRIT Systems announced today the release of BRIT Vision Version 3.6, a multimodality workstation with a full-feature mammography module. The new version offers enhancements that streamline workflow for mammography image review, including comparing priors with current studies, and will be showcased at the BRIT exhibit booth 8 during the Breast Imaging Conference, September 14 through 17.

SmartComp allows the mammographer to view comparison images at the same zoom, window/level and projection factors as the new study with the push of one button. BRIT Vision uses intelligent software to coordinate any image format changes made on the primary image to the prior image.

SmartZoom synchronizes the zoom factor between images, and provides a true-size Zoom to enable the mammographer to view the breast image at its actual size. BRIT Vision Version 3.6 also includes a new mammography specific keypad that helps mammographers quickly select viewing projection within or between studies and turn CAD markings on or off.

BRIT will also discuss the latest advancements to its Roentgen Works Flow teleradiology solution, including applications to remotely read mammograms and deliver results.

For more information: www.brit.com

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