TeraRecon releases new 3D tools
TeraRecon Inc. has released new software updates for its Aquarius product family designed for improved reading and reporting of Multidetector CT (MDCT) and magnetic resonance (MR) studies using modern 64-slice CT (computed tomography) scanners.
The Aquarius Workstation is designed for advanced 3D diagnostic visualization, editing, and analysis of large thin-slice examinations. Version 3.4 of the workstation offers a number of improvements including added functionality for cardiac and cardiovascular imaging, endovascular intervention planning, CT colonography, and neuroradiology applications.
The AquariusNET Server is a central 3D processing server that delivers real-time interactive 3D imaging to PCs throughout a network. Version 1.5 includes an assortment of enhancements including quick loading, advanced segmentation, and measurement tools, TeraRecon said.