updated 03:15 pm EST, Thu November 26, 2009
Visage 7 to be displayed at RSNA in December
Visage Imaging has announced Visage 7, its first diagnostic imaging software based on thin client streaming technology. Designed for the medical industry, the software allows users to read, process and review every form of exam, ranging from plain film to cardiac, with specialized tools for radiologists, clinicians and referrers. The app includes a list of built-in tools for advanced programs such as CT/MR angiography, or Cardiac CT, and supports remote access to all functionality via a network connection.
The Visage universal viewing platform supports heavy media tasks such as 3D and 4D-post processing. A built-in virtual work list provides a unified view of all data, combining multiple locations without the need for routing or replicating images. The app also supports viewing of either thick or thin slice data, with an option to add a “thin layer” to any existing RIS or PACS.
Visage 7 is planned to be released for Mac OS X in December, and will be available to see at the 2009 Annual Meeting of Radiologic Society of North America (Booth #8320 North Hall)