With the release of PACSonWEB 3.3.600, we’re introducing volumetric registration, a faster rendering performance and new collaboration options for reporting. Reporting improvements include multiple author reporting, the ability to view and compare all report versions (with differences highlighted automatically), and auto-save, to ensure that work isn’t lost due to a faulty connection or interruption. Our focus continues to be on ways to enhance and streamline your reporting workflow, and ensure that PACSonWEB is leading the way as a fully-fledged, cloud-based diagnostic solution.
PACSonWEB 3.3.600 in action.
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When diagnosing medical images, radiologists and reading physicians often compare new images with prior ones, to assess the evolution over time. For example, to determine if a suspicious lesion has grown, and how much it has grown.
Putting two X-ray images side-by-side is not an issue. But accurate comparison of two volumetric imaging acquisitions (for example two CT or two MRI studies) is more challenging. In PACSonWEB 3.3.600, we’ve added an ‘image registration’ algorithm, to automate the tedious task of aligning two volumetric scans, saving you time and effort.
PACSonWEB already features numerous optimizations for image rendering performance. Still, when users were manipulating high-resolution images, and using speech recognition at the same time, the limits of the cloud-native solution could be reached.
Now, with PACSonWEB 3.3.600, the image rendering performance is further improved, to ensure that even in the most demanding scenarios the user is not delayed in the diagnostic process.
Instead of simply drawing on the HTML canvas from the main thread, PACSonWEB renders images using the following strategy: