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Sectra Imtec provides Philips with its core image management technology. In place since 1997, the partnership led last year to the introduction of Philips IT system Vequion, which works seamlessly with ViewForum workstations.EasyAccess PACS, release

Sectra Imtec provides Philips with its core image management technology. In place since 1997, the partnership led last year to the introduction of Philips IT system Vequion, which works seamlessly with ViewForum workstations.

  • EasyAccess PACS, release 10, achieves the performance of a client-based PACS with the flexibility of a Web-based system. An enhanced integrated Web client enables access from outside the hospital firewall, with all the required security for operation in the public domain.
  • Enhancements to the ViewForum workstation include clinical applications and x-ray domain features. Ortho Specialist allows operators to reconstruct and view images of the legs and spine. Other features include Endo3D Specialist, providing virtual endoscopy functionality; 3D Advanced Segmentation, allowing removal or selection of specific areas of interest; and 3D Vascular Analysis, a blood vessel analysis and measurement tool.
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