News | June 16, 2011

TeraRecon Unveils New Developments for iNtuition Platform


June 16, 2011 — Imaging solutions provider TeraRecon will highlight new developments for the iNtuition enterprise advanced visualization platform at the International Symposium on Multidetector Row Computed Tomography, hosted by the International Society of Computed Tomography (ISCT) June 13-16, 2011 at the Hyatt Regency in San Francisco.

For over a decade, the ISCT meeting has been the leading international venue at which advances in multidetector row CT technology are reported each year.

Some of iNtuition’s key features that will be highlighted at ISCT 2011 include:

-       The iNtuition General Enhancement and Noise Treatment with Low Exposure (iGENTLE) processing engine, which uses the image files to generate volumetric metadata (such as segmentation masks and centerlines) that are then reapplied to the original CT images for improved automation. iGENTLE also offers end-user adjustable filtration settings to promote real-time optimization capabilities.


-       Enhanced dual energy CT and spectral CT support that can aid physicians in differentiating tissue types and assessing contrast sensitivity


-       Increased capacity for dynamic volume CT including time-dependent analysis (TDA) of 3-D acquisitions made with various area-detector CT technologies. This offers the ability to manage massive amounts of image data from dynamic volume CT scanners, and to facilitate fast physician analysis from any location with only a modest network link to the iNtuition server.


TeraRecon will also celebrate the first anniversary of the iNtuition Cloud offering, originally launched at the ISCT 2010 meeting.  


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