ScImage spotlighted the advanced visualization software built into its PicomEnterprise image management application at the 2007 Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) conference in Chicago last month.
Capable of comparative review of datasets of more than 4,000 images, ScImage's advanced visualization software is designed for performing complex image review, the company said. Users are able to conduct interactive multi-planar reconstruction (MPR), oblique slicing, and sliding maximum intensity projections using the axial datasets, according to the company.
Standard functions include MPR, pan and zoom, preset and customizable window levels. Measurement and annotation can be performed using line, area and volume calipers. Users may also define multiple, independent cut planes to simplify review of large data sets.
ScImage said it has taken its standard MPR and oblique slicing functionality and developed multiple productivity applications around these two functions. Applications for calcified plaque analysis and CT/MR angiography are also available, the company said.