News | July 08, 2007

Fujifilm Reveals Synapse 3.2 with Advanced Mammography PACS Capabilities

July 9, 2007 – At the American Healthcare Radiology Administrators (AHRA) Annual Meeting and Exhibition, Fujifilm Medical Systems USA Inc. announced the availability of Synapse version 3.2, its latest PACS software release.

With a number of enhancements to existing mammography capabilities, as well as improvements to Fujifilm’s patent-pending reading protocol technology, Synapse 3.2 is equipped to address the rapid adoption of digital mammography by providing advanced capabilities for the soft copy interpretation of mammography and other breast imaging studies.
With version 3.2, Fujifilm has further optimized the presentation of images for diagnostic screening by enhancing the visualization and image processing tools. Synapse goes well beyond just the display of mammography images such as by: integrating CAD into both the technologist and radiologist workflow, enabling the display of CAD markers and providing support for MQSA compliant overlays.
Improvements to Fujifilm’s patent-pending reading protocol technology also improve the mammography capabilities of Synapse. For instance, reader-specific preferences can be set to provide for efficient and consistent workflows which are critical to the interpretation of all studies, including digital mammography. These user preferences will apply even when FFDM data is integrated into the existing continuum of ultrasound, MR and other breast imaging exams.
For more information: www.fujimed.com

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