TeraRecon offers high-speed 3D complement for PACS

December 3, 2004

TeraRecon is promising distributed, user-friendly 3D applications through its AquariusNET 1.5, showcased at the RSNA meeting in Chicago. The enhanced image processing server is designed to work in concert with PACS.

TeraRecon is promising distributed, user-friendly 3D applications through its AquariusNET 1.5, showcased at the RSNA meeting in Chicago. The enhanced image processing server is designed to work in concert with PACS.

Agfa, Amicas, Sectra, Delft Diagnostic Imaging, and Intelerad Medical Systems took advantage of TeraRecon's latest technology, integrating the AquariusNET 1.5 server on the RSNA exhibit floor with their own PACS to achieve access to real-time 3D, MIP (maximum intensity projection), and MPR (multiplanar reconstruction) tools.

This latest version of the server-driven product offers high-powered 3D visualization tools including bone removal, vessel analysis, improved procedural workflow tools, and volumetric support for images acquired from the latest generation of 64-slice CTs.

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