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Claron showcases Nil viewer in RSNA image sharing demo
By AuntMinnie.com staff writers
November 29, 2012

Advanced visualization and analysis software firm Claron Technology demonstrated its Nil zero-footprint Web-based viewer in the RSNA 2012 Image Sharing Demonstration during the annual meeting in Chicago.

At the demonstration, participants completed mock imaging procedures, from scheduling them on a RIS through results reporting. Then, they can access all data from the RSNA's online Cross-Enterprise Document Sharing for Imaging (XDS-I) profile registry-repository and share information with other attendees using technology from participating image-sharing vendors.

Nil supports on-the-fly retrieval and viewing of images, reports, and other imaging-related data from any archive compliant with XDS-I using any Web-enabled computer, according to Claron.

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