Gateway Mammo Viewer is an FDA-approved full stand-alone radiology and mammography reading station that is IHE Mammography imaging profile compliant. It can handle any multi-monitor setup including mixed resolutions and color depths. The viewing protocol matches preferences to the type of study you are reading for increased productivity. It combines the high-end features found in industry leading reading workstations and the workflow management capabilities usually only found in PACS and is competitively priced with no exam volume restrictions.
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