Vital Signs - What’s New in Medical Imaging Advanced Visualization?
Ongoing technology and clinical advances in every imaging modality continue to bring advanced visualization (AV) and clinical applications to centerstage. AV is not just a core step in the interpretation workflow of each of these modalities, but essentially the set of solutions that allows to realize the promises of the advances on the equipment side. That is, the applications that allow to “make sense” of upgraded imaging capabilities, by using innovative ways to interrogate improved image depth and visualize enhanced image quality. This article highlights the recent advances in technical features and deployment models for AV solutions, and provides an update on recent dynamics in the competitive landscape.
If the exhibit floor of the 2013 Annual Meeting of the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) had one standout modality this year, it was, without question, the advances with premium Computed Tomography (CT). Technological and clinical advances in Magnetic Resonance (MR) and molecular imaging were less impressive but were no less significant. Naturally, these developments in every advanced imaging modality are turning eyes to advanced visualization (AV) and clinical applications. AV is not just a core step in the interpretation workflow of each of these modalities. More than that, it is the set of solutions that will allow the realization of the promises of these imaging advances – the ones that will “make sense” of these upgraded imaging capabilities by using innovative ways to interrogate their improved image depth and visualize their enhanced image quality.
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