News | July 23, 2008

EDDA to Launch New IQQA-Liver Release at AHRA

July 24, 2008 - EDDA Technology will launch its new release of IQQA-Liver V1.2, designed to assist physician's assessment of volumetry from liver MDCT, at the upcoming Annual Meeting of the Association for Medical Imaging Management (AHRA) in Denver, CO.
The new release of IQQA-Liver focuses on real-time assistive tools and automated workflow for physician's fast assessment of volumetry of liver, liver lesions, vascular structures, liver segments and lobes from MDCT. Such automated workflow is based upon advanced image analysis algorithms and the real-time interactive design. The system performs automatic anatomic phase registration to allow simultaneous visualization and easy cross-referencing of lesion location and characteristics across the different phases.
IQQA-Liver further provides automated segmentation tools and additional multiple real-time tools for users to interactively separate and label specific liver segments and lobes in 3D. Quantitative measurements are extracted from segmented and labeled volumes instantly.
IQQA-Liver has been in clinical use in several luminary Chinese hospitals for liver cancer detection, diagnosis and preoperative evaluation purposes, including Eastern Hepatobiliary Surgery Hospital in Shanghai, and Shanghai Ruijin Hospital.
IQQA-Liver can be readily deployed onto existing hospital PACS workstations with EDDA's proprietary IQQA Enterprise Engine technologies.
EDDA Technology will be exhibiting the IQQA Family of products in booth #737 at the AHRA Annual Meeting in Denver, CO, from July 27 to 30, 2008.

For more information: www.edda-tech.com

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