News | Advanced Visualization | March 23, 2017

ContextVision Secures Patent for Skeletal Imaging via 3-D Ultrasound

New advanced visualization feature gives clinicians more accurate view of fetal skeleton during pregnancy

ContextVision, 3-D ultrasound, SkeletalView, patent, fetal skeleton viewing, RSNA 2017

March 23, 2017 — ContextVision recently received a patent approval on a new skeletal visualization technology for 3-D ultrasound.

The technology is based on a visualization software and improves the potential for early discovery of skeletal irregularities in unborn babies.

SkeletalView integrates into REALiCE, ContextVision’s 3-D rendering product. The new feature enables clinicians to obtain a more accurate view of the fetal skeleton during pregnancy. This feature helps the clinicians examine the fetus for spontaneous fractures and skeletal malformations. It also facilitates the measurement of bone structures.  

For more information: www.contextvision.com

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