News | March 09, 2015

TeraRecon Demonstrates Advanced Enterprise Image Enablement at ECR 2015

Latest version of iNtuition features expanded cardiac MR processing, multimodality volume fusion

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March 9, 2015 — TeraRecon unveiled the latest release of the company’s flagship iNtuition enterprise viewing solutions in combination with the second-generation of its iNteract+ interoperability platform at the annual European Congress of Radiology (ECR) meeting, March 4-8 in Vienna.

A number of new clinical features for advanced 3-D visualization debuted at this year’s event, including expanded cardiac magnetic resonance (MR) processing capabilities, multimodality volume fusion, enhanced editing features for complex interventional exams and optimized low-dose workflow enhancements, among others.

iNtuition is capable of morphing from a simple image-enablement viewer for visible light studies, while elsewhere providing advanced diagnostic radiology and cardiology interpretation tools. It can move seamlessly between all forms of mobile platforms and back to enhance physician collaboration and promote patient engagement.

For more information: www.terarecon.com

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