SOURCE: TeraRecon, Inc.

February 14, 2007 08:00 ET

TeraRecon Publishes 2nd Volume of "Clinical Case Studies in the Third Dimension"

SAN MATEO, CA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- February 14, 2007 -- TeraRecon announced the publication and availability of its second volume clinical case studies book covering a wide range of new 3D imaging articles, including cardiac and cardiovascular imaging, enterprise-wide volumetric review, surgical planning, pediatric imaging, breast imaging and more. Entitled "Clinical Case Studies in the Third Dimension, Volume II," the book features 33 new articles authored by a broad spectrum of physicians and imaging professionals including internationally renowned experts at the world's top medical institutions. Several articles describe the applications of the company's Aquarius technology and the underlying iNtuition platform architecture that supports its enterprise-wide workflow for advanced image management.

TeraRecon's first edition, released in November 2005, included 26 clinical case study articles about 3D imaging applications with nearly 20,000 copies in circulation. The desire for information on clinical 3D topics and the integration of 3D solutions into standard reading and reporting practices proves how quickly multi-slice CT and MR have become today's imaging workhorse modalities, not only in radiology, but also in other clinical specialties.

A number of recognized physicians from the world's leading institutions in the field of medical imaging contributed case studies to the company's book. These clinical case study articles are available on TeraRecon's web site at:

TeraRecon wishes this informative and educational reference text to be widely available, and the company will supply either volume free of charge upon request. To receive a copy or copies, interested parties may email with a mailing address and the number of copies required.

About TeraRecon, Inc. (

TeraRecon, Inc., a leader in advanced image processing and 3D visualization techniques, provides advanced imaging systems for medical and other visualization applications based on its unique and patented image processing technologies. A two-time winner of Frost and Sullivan's Innovation award, the company has developed a leading portfolio of products that advance the performance, quality, functionality, and integration of image processing and 3D visualization systems. Founded in 1997, TeraRecon has developed a unique family of powerful processors that are used in its real-time diagnostic workstations, enterprise-wide image processing 3D servers, industrial CT scanners, high-performance reconstruction engines, and real-time 3D volume rendering hardware engines. TeraRecon is a fast growing, privately held company with headquarters in San Mateo, CA, and branch offices in Concord, MA; Tokyo, Japan; Osaka, Japan; and Trondheim, Norway.

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