Yahoo!/Ziff Davis: iPods Store Medical Images
Jan 07, 2005, 13:00 (2 Talkback[s])
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" Medical images are increasingly important in diagnosing
everything from cancer to heart disease to sports injuries. And
they are used extensively for research, including brain function
and experimental treatments, but they also require large data sets,
making storing and transferring images problematic.
"Two radiologists recently developed open-source software,
called OsiriX, to display and manipulate complex medical images on
the popular portable devices called iPods. The most current version
of OsiriX, which speeds up some processes and fixes crash-causing
bugs, was released on Tuesday..."