News | November 19, 2013

ContextVision Grows Global MRI Market Share

Five new MRI customers in the U.S., Europe, and Asia entrust their medical image enhancement to industry leader

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GOPView MRI Imaging

November 19, 2013 – Five global MRI manufacturers in the United States, Europe and Asia have selected ContextVision’s GOPView MRI2Plus to upgrade their MRI equipment. Today’s healthcare industry requires improved efficiencies without sacrificing patient safety. As radiologists around the world review an increasing number of MRI images every day, image quality is key. State-of-the-art-image enhancement software from ContextVision facilitates image interpretation, improves diagnostic confidence and increases patient throughput.

GOPView MRI2Plus, specifically developed for magnetic resonance imaging, offers:

  • Increased soft tissue contrast in an image;
  • Reduced noise while sharpening image edges;
  • Higher contrast between white and gray matter in images; and
  • Customizable features for different manufacturers’ needs.

 

“Our market leading technology for MRI is easily embedded into any OEM software to enhance MRI images. OEMs trust our robust software and image quality expertise for more accurate and rapid diagnoses,” said Anita Tollstadius, CEO of ContextVision. “Gaining these five new MRI customers is a great testimony to the value we deliver to our OEM customers.”

As medical imaging equipment evolves, companies turn to ContextVision, software imaging partner for the most recognized medical imaging manufacturers worldwide. Its advanced and sophisticated image enhancement software can address today’s medical imaging challenges across a range of modalities.

For more information: www.contextvision.com

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