Technology | September 04, 2007

Toshiba Offers Post-Processing 3D Software Solutions for MR Images

Toshiba has announced a complete package of post-processing 3D and 4D software solutions for MR, CT, ultrasound and vascular X-ray modalities. Toshiba’s post-processing 3D and 4D software solutions can reportedly help provide increased speed and advanced analysis and display capabilities, resulting in better diagnostic accuracy and improved patient outcomes across all modalities.
Toshiba’s Virtual Explorer 3D software solutions, designed to analyze magnetic resonance (MR) images, offer a complete 3D, post-processing tool for MR evaluation and display. The Virtual Explorer software enhances the examination of MR images using Toshiba’s contrast-free techniques, including Fresh Blood Imaging (FBI), Contrast-Free Improved Angiography (CIA) and Time Spatial Labeling Inversion Pulse (Time-Slip) by allowing physicians to view images in 3D.
The Virtual Explorer workstation comes with both the hardware and software necessary for a complete post-processing package and enhances MR imaging capability and functionality. The workstation provides high speed processing of scan data and the 3D images allow for greater analysis. The 360-degree view and in-motion images allow technicians to view different angles not available in the standard 2D slice.

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