News | May 11, 2008

Digital Mammography Integrated with PACS, RIS Solution

May 12, 2008 - INFINITT North America released its INFINITT Mammo PACS, a Web-based, multimodality PACS solution designed to streamline the way breast imaging studies are displayed, read, archived and distributed.

Configured with 5-mega pixel, flat panel grayscale monitors, the INFINITT Mammo PACS provides screening and diagnostic tools specific to mammography and allows users to read FFDM, US, MRI and general radiographic images on a single workstation. It includes PACS workflow features like access to digitized priors, comparative review, automated presets for display, and advanced hanging protocols that can be customized for user and modality preferences.

The INFINITT Mammo PACS includes customizable reading layouts and sequences for full-field digital mammography systems and support for digital mammography computer aided detection (CAD). CAD markings can be applied to the digital mammography images and archived for future reference.

INFINITT Mammo PACS provides improved image quality with CLAHE (contrast limited adaptive histogram equalization) and supports an ‘ON-Call’ function that downloads the large datasets into local computer storage, allowing faster speeds for viewing Mammography images.

For more information: www.infinittna.com

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