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Toshiba selects Vital Images to add 3-D software to CT

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Toshiba selects Vital Images to add 3-D software to CTToshiba America Medical Systems has signed a contract with Vital Images to offer Vital Images' Vitrea software with Toshiba's CT products. The Vitrea tool, with 2-D and 3-D visualization,

Toshiba selects Vital Images to add 3-D software to CT

Toshiba America Medical Systems has signed a contract with Vital Images to offer Vital Images' Vitrea software with Toshiba's CT products. The Vitrea tool, with 2-D and 3-D visualization, will enable Toshiba CT users to read and analyze large image data sets from single- and multislice spiral CT scanners using real-time navigation. Users can also customize the visualization settings. Vital Images estimates that this agreement, which is effective through March 2002, increases its sales volume with Toshiba by more than 50%.

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