TeraRecon Inc. has integrated of its AquariusNET image-processing server with several PACS vendors, including Agfa Healthcare, Amicas, Sectra, Delft Diagnostic Imaging (ROGAN-Delft), and Intelerad Medical Systems.
TeraRecon's AquariusNET server provides a simplified interface that allows PACS vendors to provide their customers a common-worklist of 3D tools for real-time 3D, MIP, and MPR reconstructions that is launched directly from the PACS application.
The AquariusNET server utilizes TeraRecon's interactive streaming technology to deliver diagnostic 2D, 3D, and 4D to radiology departments and the clinical enterprise beyond. Radiologists use AquariusNET's client software for fast 3D problem solving, interactive MIPs and MPRs, and for capturing representative images and clips for physicians. Referring physicians can be given access to the thin-client tools for access to multi-modality images, direct access to 3D visualization for planning and follow-up, and for illustrative purposes in clinics, TeraRecon said.
The integration of the AquariusNET server for Agfa's IMPAX Enterprise Suite PACS and AMICAS' Vision Series Web-based PACS will be demonstrated at the 2004 Radiological Society of North America show, Nov. 28 - Dec. 2, in Chicago.