RSNA: EDDA demonstrates liver cancer platform
EDDA Technology (Booth 8950) is introducing IQQA-Liver Suite at the 96th annual meeting of the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) next week in Chicago.

IQQA Liver Suite helps physicians perform interactive assessment and volumetric quantification of liver, liver lobes, hepatic lesions and vessels from liver imaging data, as well as virtual simulation of resection, lobular/vascular manipulation and quantification for treatment planning.

The toolset integrates with existing PACS and provides access to the 4D IQQA-Liver application for volumetric quantitative assessment and virtual operative simulations via the IQQA On Demand internet platform, according to Princeton, N.J.-based EDDA. Users can launch a virtual session to allow simultaneous accesses to and manipulations of the same dataset for conferencing and collaboration from multiple department or locations.

The company is sharing IQQA On Demand internet (works-in-progress), which provides a quantitative 3D navigation guide to assist physicians during interventional and surgical procedures. The system also provides quantitative risk analysis as well as territory/vascular analysis with quantified volumetry on targeted regions of interest during the guidance process.

EDDA Technology also is exhibiting IQQA –TomoS CAD (works-in-progress) for digital x-ray tomosynthesis.