Using the example of a virtual autopsy, two or three clinicians can visualize postprocessed images of different types of tissues and cut through sections with a virtual knife, rotate images, magnify specific sections, and view particular areas of interest in greater detail. Powered by a tailored Sectra PACS workstation, this system permits immediate display of extremely large datasets such as those produced from high-resolution, full-body scans, according to the company.
By using the system in acute care settings, physicians can plan and direct efficient care strategies in cases involving multiple traumatic injuries, or use this display table for medical education or clinical conferences, according to Sectra.
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