ContextVision to highlight portable 3D research February 18, 2015 -- Image enhancement software developer ContextVision plans to unveil results of new research on its 3D adaptive filtering technology to enhance image quality on portable medical devices.
Technique boosts x-ray CAD results for TB February 5, 2015 -- Dutch researchers have developed an algorithm to improve the robustness of computer-aided detection (CAD) to identify tuberculosis (TB) on chest x-rays -- enabling CAD to significantly improve the detection of thoracic abnormalities.
Flemish government funds 3-year Agfa scheme January 21, 2015 -- Agfa HealthCare announced the Flemish government agency for Innovation by Science and Technology (IWT) will provide funding for an advanced visualization research study.
IMRIS teams with Siemens for Sahlgrenska order January 21, 2015 -- Image-guided therapy developer IMRIS will provide its Visius Surgical Theater with intraoperative MRI (iMRI) to Sahlgrenska University Hospital in Sweden as part of a sale of four hybrid operating suites by Siemens Healthcare.
Wavelet algorithm transforms cerebral CT angiography January 20, 2015 -- Visualization of cerebral vessels at CT angiography can be vastly improved with the use of a novel technique called wavelet transform, which boosts signal-to-noise ratios as much as ninefold in 3D datasets and improves image quality overall, according to German researchers.
Demand increasing for AV software in Western Europe January 20, 2015 -- The advanced visualization (AV) market in Western Europe produced $435.1 million U.S. (377 million euros) in revenues in 2013 and is expected to grow to reach $557.5 million U.S. (482 million euros) in 2020, according to a new report from market research firm Frost & Sullivan.
Large-nodule lung CAD shows high accuracy January 19, 2015 -- Researchers in the Netherlands have developed a new computer-aided detection (CAD) scheme that can pick up large pulmonary nodules at thoracic CT, plugging a disappointing gap in current CAD technology.
New display calibration method may boost color image viewing January 9, 2015 -- Although color now pervades medical imaging, currently accepted calibration methods for imaging displays still rely on assessing gray levels. Display calibration may soon enter the color era, however, if a proposed extension to the DICOM Grayscale Standard Display Function is adopted.