OTTAWA, Ontario--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Convergent Imaging Solutions, a leader in workflow-optimized image fusion software, today announced the release of UniSyn Image Fusion 3.1, an update to its widely used medical imaging software suite.
Offering broader viewing capabilities, UniSyn 3.1 features study comparison as a fully integrated component and allows up to four PET/CT or PET/MR datasets to be compared simultaneously. The new release will also feature tools for automatically registering and saving standalone CT and MR series with existing PET/CT studies.
“Quantified tracking of disease is an important part of the evaluation and treatment of cancer patients,” said Mathew A. Thomas, founder and CEO of Convergent Imaging Solutions. “Version 3.1 has significant improvements in study comparison and lesion quantification capability, in particular, using RECIST and PERCIST criteria. Combined with our intuitive and powerful user interface, and convenient deployment model, we are able to provide an industry leading solution for radiologists and oncologists.”
Available in IntelePACS®
The new features will also be available to customers of Intelerad Medical Systems™, a Convergent partner who has incorporated UniSyn as an Image Fusion module within its industry-leading distributed radiology solution.
"By leveraging UniSyn, Intelerad® is able to provide an Image Fusion module built directly into IntelePACS®,” said Rick Rubin, Chief Engineering Officer, Intelerad. “This provides clinicians in hospitals and specialty centers with the ability to compare patient PET/CT, SPECT/CT and PET/MR studies from any location and share results from one streamlined workflow.”
Advanced Deployment Model And Other Features
UniSyn 3.1 features a VPN free deployment model, that allows its users to download and install anywhere inside or outside the enterprise, and retrieve and view images from any internet accessible computer, without the trouble of setting up dedicated Virtual Private Networks.
Other features added to UniSyn include:
- Simultaneous pan, zoom and stack and automatic registration of prior studies.
- Save and restore of SUV and other volumetric and linear measurements.
- Application of prior maximum SUV measurements to current study.
- Autosegmentation of PET and CT images for rapid determination of lesion volumes.
Founded in 2007, Convergent’s Image Fusion products have been used by hundreds of radiologists worldwide. For more information, visit www.convergentimaging.com.