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The longtime developer of diagnostic 3D imaging software is focused on workstation interactivity. Its V3D-Colon has achieved a high profile in the industry, as studies using the product have shown virtual colonoscopy to be comparable to traditional

The longtime developer of diagnostic 3D imaging software is focused on workstation interactivity. Its V3D-Colon has achieved a high profile in the industry, as studies using the product have shown virtual colonoscopy to be comparable to traditional colonoscopy.

  • The V3D-Vascular module, cleared by the FDA just weeks before the meeting, allows radiologists to examine vessels in 2D and 3D and fly-through, view hard and soft plaques, and make precise measurements.
  • V3D-Colon enables enhanced detection of polyps down to 3 mm. Other features reduce interpretation time to 15 minutes or less, provide ultrahigh resolution, and allow examinations of the entire colon.
  • V3D-Explorer is a 2D and 3D workstation with task-specific screen layouts, segmenting capability, organ-specific presets, and report customization. The product is optimized for CT angiography, MR angiography, renal, cardiac, and orthopedic studies.
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