Technology | November 17, 2010

Support for Breast Tomosynthesis is Expanded


November 17, 2010 — A new software upgrade expands existing support for digital breast tomosynthesis (DBT).

The new upgrade of Three Palm Software’s mammography reading software, WorkstationOne, has features that include: support for standard DICOM DBT format, synchronized cine of DBT views in different viewports, 3-D navigation rendering associated with each DBT viewport and simultaneous use of DBT tools while using the images as part of the normal reading workflow (e.g., cine of a DBT image can remain running while the user navigates a routine viewing and hanging protocol sequence, such as systematic masking).

This upgrade also includes multi-reader/multi-site reading support with automatic arbitration rules and manual over-ride, and extensive support for clinical study data collection.

These new capabilities build on the existing WorkstationOne, which is a full-featured breast imaging workstation with an emphasis on efficient reviewing workflow and expert viewing methodologies, such as Tabar’s systematic viewing masks. WorkstationOne supports IHE mammography image profile and the display of computer-aided detection (CAD) markers, as well as GSPS graphic annotation. WorkstationOne is a software product that can be installed on an off-the-shelf general purpose computer with one or two gray-scale high-resolution monitors and one color monitor.

For more information: http://threepalmsoft.com

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