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RTI shows 3D review

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RealTimeImage of San Bruno, CA, will introduce a range of enhancements to its iPACS technology, including streaming 3D review, improved overlay presentation and editing, as well as extended measurement tools. The system will also support multihead

RealTimeImage of San Bruno, CA, will introduce a range of enhancements to its iPACS technology, including streaming 3D review, improved overlay presentation and editing, as well as extended measurement tools. The system will also support multihead display, high-resolution display and DICOM printers, and orthopedic digital templates.

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