News | March 11, 2015

ContextVision Showcases 3-D Ultrasound, Visualization Software at ECR 2015

Company also displayed GOPView Mammo3 mammography image processing software

ContextVision, 3-D ultrasound, GOPiCE 2.0, REALiCE, GOPView Mammo3, ECR

Kidney image processed by GOPiCE 2.0 courtesy of ContextVision

March 11, 2015 — ContextVision exhibited its full 3-D ultrasound portfolio for the first time in Europe at the European Congress of Radiology (ECR), March 5-8 in Vienna. These products include ContextVision’s second generation of ultrasound 3-D processing, GOPiCE 2.0, and REALiCE, its visualization software that delivers photo-like images and supports early fetal diagnosis.

Second-generation GOPiCE 2.0 provides real-time volumetric image processing for 3-D ultrasound images. This product includes several new features, enabling optimization for different visualization techniques, both MPR view and rendered view. The intelligent processing within near- and far-field guarantees excellent image quality throughout the whole volume.

By combining the GOPiCE adaptive 3-D/4-D volume enhancement with new true-to-data rendering technology, REALiCE provides ultrasound manufacturers with high-end visualization capabilities and image quality. Additionally, ContextVision for the first time showed a completely new feature — the Skeletal View. This feature provides excellent visualization of the fetal skeleton and helps review details related to bone mineralization and physical defects.  

In addition to its ultrasound products, ContextVision also demonstrated its multimodality product portfolio within image enhancement and its latest achievement in mammography image enhancement, GOPView Mammo3. This  image processing software for screening as well as for diagnostic digital mammography is adaptable for the entire range of mammography systems. GOPView Mammo3 provides optimized images for different breast densities, as well as customized for regional and individual preferences.

For more information: www.contextvision.com

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