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Development of a New Generation Viewer with Scalable Function

  DATE: Sunday, November 30 2003 - Friday, December 05 2003
  START TIME: 07:00 AM
  END TIME: 10:00 PM
  LOCATION: Lakeside Center - InfoRAD Exhibits - Space 9616PACS-i
  CODE: 9616PACS-i
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PRESENTER
Takehiko Gokan MD
Tokyo Japan
 
CO-AUTHOR
Keisuke Tanno MD
 
Hirotsugu Munechika MD
 
Jun Masumoto PhD
 
Shogo Azemoto RT
 
Hidetaka Azemoto RT
 

Keywords
Computers
Images, display
Workstation
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Abstract:

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For the past year, conventional image viewer just displayed the images and our radiologists read these images without manipulation of data on the viewer. However, after the advent of multidetector-row CT or high speed MRI, we have been unsatisfied with conventional viewer for reviewing these CT or MR images. Therefore, we developed a new generation viewer with various functions. After CT or MRI examination, the DICOM data of latest examinations as well as previous examination for comparison are automatically transferred to the viewer. It supports various 2D, 3D, and 4D functions including window adjusting, zooming, scrolling, synchronized cine paging for comparison with other images, segmentation, editing, measure, MPR, VR, SSD, MIP, virtual endoscopy and analysis of various data. It also supports administration of patient's data, reporting system, and teaching file system for the residents. We show our clinical experience and utility of this viewer which is still expanding its function.

 


Learning Objectives:

To explore the feasibility and clinical utility of a new generation viewer with scalable function

To explore the feasibility and clinical utility of a new generation viewer with scalable function. To show clinical experience of this new viewer for MRI and MDCT images To experience how to use this newly developed viewer (J.M., Employee and S.A, President, Medical Imaging Laboratory, Office Azemoto Ltd.  The presentation was made possible by partial grant from Office Azemoto Ltd.)


Questions about this event email: gokan@med.showa-u.ac.jp