Sectra Visualization Table reduces the need for invasive surgical procedures within forensics and pathology. High-performance volume visualization gives you a quick 3D overview of CT or MR data, and you can dig into detail without difficulty.
The visualization table totally changes the way you interact with volumetric medical data. By simply touching the screen, you interact with the 3D volumes. You can remove layers of skin and muscle, zoom in and out, rotate, and cut through sections with a virtual knife with just a swipe of a finger. You and your colleagues can interact collaboratively and simultaneously, working with large and complex data without delay, to gain deeper understanding and insight into the functions and processes inside the body.
You can easily see things that are difficult to discover in a conventional autopsy, such as entry angles of a knife or a bullet or air pockets in the wrong place in the body. And you will save time, by knowing from just interacting with the virtual body, where you need to perform further, conventional, investigation. Unlike a physical autopsy it does not alter evidence, which means that you or your colleagues can revisit a body for additional investigation if necessary.
Sectra Visualization Table is the result of successfully combining applied research within medical technology and advanced computer science with industry knowledge. It has been developed in cooperation with Center for Medical Image Science and Visualization (CMIV), Visualization Center C, The Interactive Institute and Linköping University, Sweden.
Sectra Visualization Table is built on Sectra PACS, an image management system well established in the radiology market. Over 20 years of experience and more than 1,400 successful installations developed the technology at hand.
Lisa Lindfors is a member of the product management team for Sectra's visualization solutions. Talk to her about how advanced visualization can improve your daily workflow.