Emageon gets OK for digital mammo viewing

Image management firm Emageon has received Food and Drug Administration (FDA) clearance to use its UltraVisual advanced visualization software for soft-copy viewing of digital mammography images in conjunction with FDA-approved display hardware.

The software allows for presentation-quality mammography images and prior digitized mammography film images to be displayed, according to the Birmingham, AL-based vendor. Its tools include real-time pan/zoom with zoom presets, intuitive selection of current and prior images with customizable hanging protocols, and a configurable magnifying glass.

Users can also take advantage of grayscale support with window/level presets, arbitrary image rotation, image filtering, key image creation for communicating with other physicians, and multiple display support, Emageon said. All settings are configurable and follow the user throughout the enterprise.

By AuntMinnie.com staff writers
October 28, 2004

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