News | November 16, 2010

Oncology Imaging Software Launch at RSNA

November 17, 2010: — New oncology imaging software designed to significantly improve productivity and communication between clinical specialists will be introduced at the 2010 RSNA (Radiological Society of North America) trade show in Chicago.

Mirada Medical Limited will launch its solution for presenting image-based patient case information at specialist meetings, such as tumor boards, multi-disciplinary team (MDT) meetings and radiology rounds. Users of Mirada’s technology will be able to greatly reduce the time spent preparing multiple patient cases for presentation to the meeting and will also benefit during the meeting from having instant access to the advanced visualisation and quantification features normally only available to the diagnostic reader.

Mirada also will demonstrate the oncology fusion workflows of its XD3 image analysis software, including new computed tomography (CT), magnetic resonance (MR), positron emission tomography/computed tomography (PET/CT) and magnetic resonance/positron emission tomography (MR/PET) analysis tools designed to enhance speed and accuracy across the complete spectrum of imaging tasks, from diagnosis and staging through to treatment response assessment and followup.

The new tools, coupled with Mirada’s deformable registration technology and built-in support for standard and user-defined response assessment protocols, such as RECIST, WHO and PERCIST, give the user power to review, compare and quantify a patient’s complete set of current and previous imaging studies.

For more information: www.mirada-medical.com

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