News | May 21, 2009

TeraRecon Reports Strong Sales in German Market at DRK 2009

May 21, 2009 - TeraRecon Inc., a global provider of advanced visualization and decision support solutions, announced strong sales growth in the German market and early successful installations of Aquarius iNtuition (“AQi”) Version 4.4, at the 90th Deutsche Roentgenkongress, held at Messe Berlin, Germany from May 20-23, 2009.

Aquarius iNtuition 4.4 is a true client-server advanced visualization technology that can address the suite of applications generally expected to be available. iNtuition does not use ‘remote control via the web’ technology to achieve a facsimile of ‘thin-client’ operation, but rather, AQi has been designed from the ground up as a truly native client-server technology platform. AQi leverages advanced pre-processing to prepare segmentation, centerlines, detection and anatomy labeling all in advance of the physician opening the case for interpretation.

Among the new features available with AQi 4.4 are the fully-browser-based AquariusWEB viewer, dedicated tools for Endovascular Aortic Repair Planning (EVAR), user-customizable measurement protocols with export to XML, CSV or text format for RIS interfacing, and a comprehensive package for CT Colon review, supporting both Primary 2D and Primary 3D interpretation styles. Also included are a Time-Dependence Analysis (TDA) package for perfusion studies, and an enhanced client-server version of the company’s “SAT” oncology package, supporting segmentation, analysis and tracking of masses and lesions from CT or MR data in any anatomical location, including lung (nodule analysis), brain and liver.

AQi 4.4 has already been deployed to several University Clinics in Germany, as well as to a number of large hospitals and private practices.

For more information: www.terarecon.com

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