News | September 16, 2009

KneeAnalyzer Solutions Supplement Medical Imaging

September 16, 2009 - Perceptive Informatics is offering medical imaging measurements for osteoarthritis clinical trials using Optasia's KneeAnalyzer software to supplement its existing medical imaging technology.

Through an alliance with the developer of the KneeAnalyzer software Optasia Medical Inc., Perceptive Informatics aims to improve the reproducibility of and reduce the time involved with image analysis of the knee in osteoarthritis patients.

Optasia develops software, which issued in clinical trials to identify and monitor patients who will benefit from treatment, to facilitate the more rapid, accurate evaluation of medical images with greater reproducibility. Optasia's software applications are based on the Optasia Platform, which employs model-based vision technology to detect, measure, classify and compare two-dimensional medical images.

For more information: www.perceptive.com

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