EDDA upgrades software for liver MDCT volumetry assessment
EDDA Technology has launched a new version of its IQQA-Liver V1.2, designed to assist physician’s fast assessment of volumetry from liver multidetector CT (MDCT).

The new release of IQQA-Liver focuses on real-time assistive tools and automated workflow for physician’s assessment of volumetry of liver, liver lesions, vascular structures, liver segments and lobes from MDCT.

IQQA-Liver further provides automated segmentation tools and additional multiple real-time tools for users to interactively separate and label specific liver segments and lobes in 3D, the company said. Quantitative measurements are instantly extracted from segmented and labeled volume.

IQQA-Liver can be deployed onto existing hospital PACS workstations with EDDA’s proprietary IQQA Enterprise Engine technologies, according to the Princeton, N.J.-based EDDA.