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Voxar launches new 3-D version

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Software developer Voxar has released its latest product offering, Plug ‘n View 3D version 3.0. Among the new features are OneClick segmentation and volume measurement, 2-D comparison, enhanced colon viewing, and 3-D movie capture. Enhanced

Software developer Voxar has released its latest product offering, Plug ‘n View 3D version 3.0. Among the new features are OneClick segmentation and volume measurement, 2-D comparison, enhanced colon viewing, and 3-D movie capture. Enhanced segmentation allows regions of bone and soft tissue to be identified, hidden, eliminated, or highlighted for 3-D analysis. Volume calculation enables clinicians to quantify and display the volume of tumors, lesions, or aneurysms for initial assessment and response to therapy. In colon viewing, side-by-side views of the prone and supine data sets are possible, as well as enhanced linking between 2-D axial images and 3-D views of the colonic wall, enhanced 3-D presets with simulated colonic wall coloring, simulated single-contrast barium enema, and simulated double-contrast barium enema.

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