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Vital Images revs up Vitrea

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Increased speed is the big difference in the newest version of Vitrea 2’s graphical interface software from Vital Images. Version 2.3 of the software, designed for advanced processing of CT and MR images, features real-time navigation of 3-D volume

Increased speed is the big difference in the newest version of Vitrea 2’s graphical interface software from Vital Images. Version 2.3 of the software, designed for advanced processing of CT and MR images, features real-time navigation of 3-D volume data, permitting the user to create 2-D and 3-D views of human anatomy and to interactively navigate within these images to visualize and understand internal structures and disease conditions.

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