Technology | April 10, 2013

MIM Software Releases MIM 6

The new software offers deformable registration

MIM 6

April 10, 2013 — MIM Software Inc. has announced its software release MIM 6 is now available. Users in all areas of medical imaging can benefit from tools for deformable evaluation and correction, magnetic resonance/computed tomography (MR/CT) deformable and automated series management.

Reg Refine — building off the Reg Reveal, which was the first and only environment for deformable quality assurance (QA) and reporting — Reg Refine takes a step forward by allowing clinicians to not only detect any areas where a deformation is less than optimal, but also to make corrections.

“Reg Refine’s unique ability to repeatedly perform deformable evaluation and correction has changed how deformable registration can be used for critical tasks,” said Jon Piper, MIM’s director of research and business development. “Now, virtually any pair of images can be registered to one another, and you can have complete confidence in the accuracy of the results.”

The Assistant has also introduced a new integrated control for automating series management.  Intuitive screen displays show in simple terms what is scheduled and what has already occurred.  Simple-to-use filters automatically direct actions by referencing digital imaging and communications in medicine (DICOM) tags, and easy-to-write rules can be time-based or event-based.  In addition, The Assistant interfaces directly with MIM Workflows, providing auto-contouring and atlas-based segmentation automatically on multiple series.

This software was introduced in April.

For more information: www.mimsoftware.com

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