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Ziosoft slates thin-client upgrade for RSNA 2009

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Thin-client visualization specialist Ziosoft will unveil workflow enhancements and work-in-progress clinical functionality for its Ziostation system at RSNA 2009.

Thin-client visualization specialist Ziosoft will unveil workflow enhancements and work-in-progress clinical functionality for its Ziostation system at RSNA 2009. New tools include a customizable user interface, configurable user workflows and anatomy-specific automatic segmentation using algorithms built into the scalable, thin-client architecture. New 3D and 4D applications, currently pending FDA clearance, include MR applications for brain and cardiac perfusion, as well as delayed enhancement analysis; SPECT/CT fusion analysis; 4D CT brain perfusion analysis; and integrated computer-aided detection for the colon, supplied by Medicsight.

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