Richardson Electronics has inked a distribution agreement with DeJarnette Research Systems to sell and service DeJarnette's dyseCT CT workflow engine. dyseCT helps address the MDCT study breakup problem within a PACS environment by identifying multiple procedure studies and modifying the DICOM modality worklist using a group procedure to replace the multiple procedures. The CT images are analyzed and automatically associated with a specific anatomical region, without manual intervention. The images are then separated in a multiple procedure study and associated with the appropriate orders. At the same time, dyseCT acts as a DICOM linear VOI LUT gateway for all CT procedures. It also upgrades a legacy CT scanner to provide the latest IHE PGP support.