RSNA: TeraRecon highlights flurry of clinical, education activity

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TeraRecon, a provider advanced visualization and decision support solutions for medical imaging, released details of research presentations and educational activities supported by the company at the 95 th Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting of the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) in Chicago, Nov. 29 through Dec. 4, 2009.

The company said its affiliates were featured as authors of numerous presentations, and it provided equipment and resources to support aspects of the educational program during the meeting. This included providing equipment for mentored case review sessions, participation in the “Reading Room Of The Future” infoRAD exhibit which highlighted Aquarius i Ntuition’s ability to integrate quantitative imaging with the diagnostic workflow and equipment support for hands-on refresher courses.

Mentored Case Review
Cardiac CT Mentored Case Review: Part II
Geoffrey Rubin, MD & Pamela Woodard, MD  
MC22A - Coronary Artery Disease I: Native Vessel Disease
MC22B - Valves and Cardiac Function
Date: Monday, Nov. 30, 2009, 10:30-2:15/Location: S406A

Cardiac CT Mentored Case Review: Part II
Geoffrey Rubin, MD & Udo Hoffmann, MD
MC52A - Coronary Artery Disease I: Native Vessel Disease
MC52B - Valves and Cardiac Function
Date: Thursday, Dec. 3 2009, 10:30-12:15/ Location: S406A

Cardiac CT Mentored Case Review: Part IV
Harold Litt, MD, PhD & M. Lipton, MD
MC54A - Coronary Artery Disease III: Native Vessel Disease and Arterial and Venous Bypass Grafts
MC54B - Adult Congenital Heart Disease
MC54C - Coronary Artery Disease and Incidental Noncardiac Findings
Date: Thursday, Dec. 3 2009, 3:30-6:00/ Location: S406A

Refresher Courses
3D Visualization Applications for Cardiac Imaging (Hands-on Workshop)
W. W. Boonn, MD & G. J. Wendt, MD
Hands-on cardiac training course utilizing server-based training for more than 25 attendees

Education exhibits
Towards Quantitative Imaging-Reading Room of the Future: LL-1004
Automated Structured Reporting of 3D Imaging Findings Using AIM XML: LL-IN3540-D
The exhibit highlighted and encapsulated the Reading Room of the Future exhibit.

Scientific papers featuring TeraRecon authors
Automated Image Data Mining Utilizing an Advanced Visualization/Computer-aided Detection Applications: Server SSA11-09; B. Khwaja,; MD; R. Moffitt; S. Hu, BS; L. Shi, BS; J. J. Chen, MD; & N. J. Saenz, MD
Integrating Advanced Visualization Software and MIRC into the RadioGraphics Online Journal: SSK12-01; N.J. Saenz, MD; E.L. Siegel, MD; A.E. Flanders, MD; R. Moffitt; J. Perry; & W.W. Olmsted, MD

“These activities at RSNA 2009 show some insights into the innovations that will be coming to fruition over the coming months and we are very excited to be able to work with such imaginative and innovative physicians as we strive to optimize our products and to realize their full potential,” said Robert Taylor, PhD, president and CEO.