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Mobile Diagnostics

April 19, 2011

Radiologists and oncologists can use this app to read CT, MRI, and PET scans on an iPhone or iPad. A built-in test asking users to distinguish between slightly different shades on the screen ensures that lighting conditions are suitable for discerning subtle detail. Doctors can zoom, annotate images, use false colors to enhance detail, and measure precise distances between features that appear in the scan.

Product: MobileMIM
Cost: Free
Availability: Now
Source: www.mimsoftware.com
Companies: MIM Software

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