March 6, 2007 - Merge Healthcare recently announced the debut of its diagnostic mammography solution, Merge Mammo version 7.0, one of the industry's first multi-modality, vendor-neutral digital mammography workstation applications, the system reportedly enables organizations to display and read images from different systems simultaneously and to read all breast studies on a single workstation, regardless of which vendor's acquisition device is used to secure the images.
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Martin Yaffe, Ph.D., FAAPM, senior scientist, physical sciences/imaging research, Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre,