News | November 26, 2007

New DICOM Visualizer Works to Enhance Function

Im3D – Medical Imaging introduced a new DICOM visualizer, VISOR that reportedly enhances the functionality of im3D’s diagnostic workstation by grouping and displaying any number of radiological exams for quick, single-source visualization.

VISOR enables the radiologist to confront and compare exams, as well as relay exams to specialized CAD applications thereby optimizing the overall workflow. The system interfaces with im3D’s CAD-COLON diagnostic system, a commercially available interactive workstation with field-proven results, as well as with upstream PACS systems.

The DICOM visualizer represents an umbrella application, which aims to help the radiologist efficiently manage CT, MRI and other radiology exams for use with im3D’s CAD-based diagnostic tools. VISOR is the first in a series of new solutions, which are being developed by im3D for breast, lung and other cancer pathologies. Like CAD-COLON, im3D’s new diagnostic solutions are based on the Company’s proprietary software and are the result of clinical, scientific and medical research.

For more information: www.i-m3d.com

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