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Vital Images ships Vitrea workstation

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Vital Images of Minneapolis has begun commercial shipments of Vitrea 1.0, the company's workstation for routine clinical 3-D viewing. Vitrea is based on a Silicon Graphics O2 workstation and enables users to conduct 2-D and 3-D viewing of MRI and CT

Vital Images of Minneapolis has begun commercial shipments of Vitrea 1.0, the company's workstation for routine clinical 3-D viewing. Vitrea is based on a Silicon Graphics O2 workstation and enables users to conduct 2-D and 3-D viewing of MRI and CT images. Vital Images introduced Vitrea late last year (SCAN 10/23/96) and has a backlog of 20 systems.

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