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Vital Images develops new 3-D software

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Vital Images has filed a 510(k) application with the Food andDrug Administration for a new, more advanced version of its 3-Dimage processing software, according to the company's parent,Bio-Vascular of St. Paul, MN. The new version builds on VitalImages'

Vital Images has filed a 510(k) application with the Food and

Drug Administration for a new, more advanced version of its 3-D

image processing software, according to the company's parent,

Bio-Vascular of St. Paul, MN. The new version builds on Vital

Images' existing 3-D product, VoxelView 2.5, but is faster and

easier to use. The company plans to display the new version at

this year's Radiological Society of North America meeting. Vital

Images has an agreement with ATL of Bothell, WA, to develop 3-D

ultrasound image processing software (SCAN 8/28/96).

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