News | October 16, 2007

VRN Gains More Functions

Neurostar will debut its 3D image processing functionality fully integrated into its Virtual Radiology Network (VRN) application as a location-free, pay-as-you-go application service provider offering. Radiologists can reportedly process multislice images anywhere and any time in a full range of protocols, including MPR, volume rendering, MIP, thin-slab and more.

The new feature reportedly overcomes significant obstacles that typically prevent radiology facilities from delivering lucrative 3D imaging exams. These include costly 3D workstations and applications, high-demand computer processing as well as specialized radiology expertise for these time-intensive services.

The 3D service stores raw imaging data from an acquisition site to the Neurostar’s off-site servers. From there, using standard computer workstations and Internet connections, users can reportedly reconstruct data using Neurostar’s Web-based tool while taking advantage of the high processing power of Neurostar’s designed offsite servers and proprietary backend software. Finally, processed 3D data is stored back to the servers for access by any authorized VRN user.

Company website: www.neurostarsolutions.com

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