Toshiba software debuts on SNM floor

June 28, 2004

Three software packages, each a work-in-progress, were highlights at the Toshiba America booth during the SNM meeting in Philadelphia. The company also released new versions of the e.soft software platform on which the t.cam gamma camera runs. Toshiba's

Three software packages, each a work-in-progress, were highlights at the Toshiba America booth during the SNM meeting in Philadelphia. The company also released new versions of the e.soft software platform on which the t.cam gamma camera runs. Toshiba's three WIPs-Sentinel Node Display, Automatic Registration Tool (ART), and Segmentation with Scatter and Photopeak window area for Attenuation Correction (SSPAC)-are designed for use on e.soft. Sentinel Node Display helps outline a patient's lymph nodes using scatter data. ART uses a segmentation method for automatically registering brain images, and SSPAC offers attenuation correction of cardiac SPECT without using a transmission source. Features now available on e.soft Version 3.5 and express version 2.0 allow improved display capabilities, including motion correction.