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The ASRT, the American College of Radiology, state affiliate societies and state radiology societies are working on radiologist assistant recognition in six states, and we're also working with groups on fusion imaging.
We believe this acquisition provides existing Vomela businesses a wide range of new product offerings and similarly provides the Fusion Imaging business the array of services and capabilities for which the Vomela organization is known.
c]2010 Fusion Imaging is a trademark of Fusion Imaging Inc.
Construction of fusion imaging lab" financed by the European Regional Development Fund under the Operational Programme Warmia and Masuria for 2007-2013 (contract No.
For this reason, previous MR-PET fusion imaging solutions relied not on simultaneous imaging but rather sequential imaging (or post-scan registration) of MR and PET data, resulting in a significant time lag.
The CXP50 Creo color server uses advanced fusion imaging hardware technology for high productivity and outstanding value in the mid-production printing market.
Merge PET/CT(TM) is designed to address the clinical challenges of fusion imaging by accommodating standard CT reading methods.
The study utilized PROSTASCINT fusion imaging to assess local and distant disease and to alter the radiation dose to areas of suspected high tumor burden to enable more efficient and precise targeting of brachytherapy.
Unique to this report is the examination of the current and potential global market for molecular imaging products for all of the following technologies: PET, SPECT-Gamma Camera Systems, MRI, CT, Ultrasound, Fusion Imaging, and Optical Imaging.
These data suggest that PROSTASCINT fusion imaging is emerging as an important tool to help determine patient-specific treatment regimens for prostate cancer patients.
As with PET, these advances show the potential of fusion imaging with PROSTASCINT to improve outcomes for patients and demonstrated important technical and clinical advantages.
It segments the market into - full field digital mammography (FFDM), CAD, 3D/4D imaging, PACS, non-invasive imaging and fusion imaging.
The study evaluated the use of fusion imaging with PROSTASCINT to assess disease in 239 newly diagnosed prostate cancer patients prior to undergoing brachytherapy with either iodine-125 or palladium-103 radioactive seed implants.
In the field of fusion technology for medical diagnostics, Siemens and the University of Tennessee are recognized for their collaborative effort to create a unique PET/CT (Positron Emission Tomography/Computed Tomography) hybrid that uses LSO HI REZ (Lutetium Oxyorthosilicate high-resolution) technology to bring high-resolution fusion imaging into clinical practice.
The study evaluated the use of PROSTASCINT fusion imaging to assess disease in both the prostate gland and lymph nodes in newly diagnosed prostate cancer patients undergoing brachytherapy.