Philips Medical Systems showed off new workstation software for its Brilliance 64-slice CT program that includes tools for cardiac vessel analysis. Extended Brilliance Workspace 3.5, scheduled for release in June, features electrophysiological planning for radiofrequency ablation and a function enabling tumor localization on the CT console.
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