Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Enhanced four-dimensional presentation of cardiac CT data

Demonstrated again at the ESCR 2011 in Amsterdam last week, the PhyZiodynamic software of Ziosoft Inc. Incredible what they can do based on 4D imaging data obtained from CT. With advanced computing techniques they compute a fluent 4D moving heart with increased temporal and spatial resolution. Technically it is possible, as they demonstrate, and now they are looking for the clinical applications.

PhyZiodynamic solutions are based on uncompressed imaging data, using off-the-shelf hardware. Ziosoft's revolutionary PhyZiodynamic algorithms utilizes non-rigid (deformable) registration on lossless temporal images to reduce noise, improve motion coherence, and enable functional analytics.
Look at their website for some example movies.

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