Mercury upgrades thin client server

June 8, 2007

Mercury Computer introduced enhanced 3D tools and application workflow for CT angiography at the SIIM meeting. The enhancements, part of Visage CS Thin Client/Server 2.2, address 3D and 4D image interpretation, postprocessing, and distribution tasks possible within the PACS workflow anywhere in the hospital enterprise. Bone removal for CT runoff studies automatically subtracts leg bone, pelvic bone, and spine to illuminate vascular structures. A new integrated suite of analytical tools defines and traces vessels and performs curved planar reformatting or a straightened lumen view. A Cardiac CT Analysis Package features 4D Cardiac CT data support, including coronary vessel analysis and left ventricular function analysis.

Mercury Computer introduced enhanced 3D tools and application workflow for CT angiography at the SIIM meeting. The enhancements, part of Visage CS Thin Client/Server 2.2, address 3D and 4D image interpretation, postprocessing, and distribution tasks possible within the PACS workflow anywhere in the hospital enterprise. Bone removal for CT runoff studies automatically subtracts leg bone, pelvic bone, and spine to illuminate vascular structures. A new integrated suite of analytical tools defines and traces vessels and performs curved planar reformatting or a straightened lumen view. A Cardiac CT Analysis Package features 4D Cardiac CT data support, including coronary vessel analysis and left ventricular function analysis.