News | November 13, 2006

Enhanced PACS with New PET-CT Features

Thinking Systems Corporation announced the release of its new version of its flagship ThinkingPACS with enhanced support for PET-CT fusion, adding to its line of modality support for PET-CT and SPECT-CT fusion, nuclear cardiology processing and analysis, and more.
“The enhanced PET-CT features include synchronized side-by-side current-prior study comparison; multiple screen layout options; effective use of the large 30” LCD display; real-time SUV, Hounsfield Unit and size measurements; real-time scrolling, alpha-blending, windowing and leveling; and image zoom and pan,” said Xiaoyi Wang, president and co-chairman, Thinking Systems Corporation.
These new features are available on Thinking Systems PACS workstation and ThinkingWeb web server designed to provide real-time PET-CT fusion over the Web.

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