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Dicomit gets clearance for 3-D module

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Dicomit DICOM Information Technologies has released 3-D ROI (region of interest), a 3-D upgrade that allows sonographers and radiologists to construct 3-D volumes on any ultrasound monitor or a networked remote viewing station, according to the

Dicomit DICOM Information Technologies has released 3-D ROI (region of interest), a 3-D upgrade that allows sonographers and radiologists to construct 3-D volumes on any ultrasound monitor or a networked remote viewing station, according to the Richmond Hill, Ontario-based company. Available as an option on new Dicomit products or as an upgrade to Dicomit’s installed base, 3-D ROI can also be embedded as a software module in an ultrasound machine or a review station.

Users can obtain an immediate 3-D volume and rotate images 360º without image degradation, according to the firm. Oblique slices can be viewed quickly, and volume visualized with additional 2-D images in three planes, according to Dicomit. 3-D ROI will be available in the U.S. and internationally through Dicomit’s OEM customers.

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