Success story for ContextVision at ECR 2011

ECR 2011 in Vienna was a huge success for ContextVision. Two new products where released; MAMMO PLUSViewCAD with integrated CAD functionality; and GOPView iRVUltra that provides industry-leading, real time, low-dose image enhancement for interventional radiology.

The  MAMMO PLUSViewCAD is a mammography solution that addresses current limitations of x-ray image diagnosis for the detection of breast cancer, and the GOPView iRVUltra interventional radiology solution helps achieve superior, real time images with the ability for dose reduction during interventional fluoroscopy procedures.

Also ContextVision reinforced its dedication in dose reduction and image enhancement by showing products in both CT and digital XR, and not to forget the great interest for the GOPView iRVUltra which delivers real-time, low- dose image enhancement.ContextVision also displayed its new volumetric image enhancement product GOPiCE and its world leading ultrasound product, GOPView USXi.

ECR had a record-breaking 20,120 attendees from 96 countries, and 307 exhibitors from 52 countries, ECR 2011 was our most popular congress so far.

The MAMMO  PLUSViewCAD is the only product available on the market to provide OEM manufacturers with a configurable and cost-effective mammography viewing workstation with computer-aided detection (CAD) functionality. MAMMO PlusViewCAD, which can be set up as a stand-alone system or integrated with a PACS system, analyses images and generates CAD marks to highlight suspicious areas, such as microcalcification clusters and masses. The C-CAD™ by ContextVision is easily integrated into various PACS systems from other vendors, providing diversified solutions for physicians.Download product sheet here.

About GOPView iRVUltra
With the GOPView iRVUltra, ContextVision is once again innovating the diagnostic imaging space by integrating a new real-time image enhancement filter. The company’s proprietary and complex algorithm is now able to accurately define the movements between the images, frame by frame, pixel by pixel, to quickly find structures and orientation for interventional procedures in real time and without time gaps. The result: enhanced low-dose images that offer superior clarity and higher contrast, regardless of the detector solution used. Read more here.