DataPhysics launches post-processing software

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DataPhysics Research has introduced CaseReader, post-processing software that improves how MRI, CT and PET/CT image data is organized, managed, analyzed and reported.

CaseReader deals with 2D image data, produces volumetric 3D images that help speed diagnosis and streamlines the review and reporting workflow process, according to the San Ramon, Calif.-based company.

CaseReader is provided free of upfront charges. A fee is generated when a radiologist uses the software for a study. CaseReader is in beta and will be commercially available in first quarter of 2011, according to DataPhysics.

The research and development efforts of DataPhysics Research are supported by a two-year grant from the National Institutes of Health through its Qualifying Therapeutic Discovery Project program.