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6th International syngo.via User Meeting at ECR 2016

March 4, 2016, Melia, Donau-City-Str. 7, 1220 Vienna, Austria

6th International syngo.via User Meeting

The evening started with inspiring presentations held by four syngo.via experts. Dr. Lawrence Tanenbaum from RadNet Inc. in the USA talked about his experiences with evaluating stroke cases using dynamic CT imaging. He was followed by Dr. Nina Tunariu from the Royal Marsden in the UK, who presented the importance of whole-body MRI in oncology. The next presenter, Dr. Tobias Heye from the University Hospital in Basel, Switzerland, talked about what it’s like to perform routine reading and reporting with syngo.via. Last but not least, Dr. Philip Glemser from the DKFZ / Radiology in Heidelberg, Germany gave insights into new visualization techniques in medical imaging2.

To summarize, it was a great evening with inspiring presentations at the plenum and fruitful discussions at our “Access Bar”, where customers could discuss and get hands-on experience with the latest syngo.via version.
 

Enjoy these inspiring presentations:

Dr. Lawrence Tanenbaum

RadNet, Inc., USA

Evaluating stroke cases using dynamic CT imaging

Dr. Nina Tunariu

The Royal Marsden, UK


The importance of wholebody MRI in Oncology

Dr. Tobias Heye

University Hospital Basel, Switzerland


Routine reading and reporting with syngo.via

Dr. Philip Alexander Glemser

DKFZ / Radiology, Heidelberg

New visualization techniques in medical imaging2

1 syngo.via can be used as a standalone device or together with a variety of syngo.via-based softwareoptions, which are medical devices in their own right. syngo.via VB10 and the syngo.via VB10 based software options are currently under development, and not for sale in the U.S., China and other countries. Due to regulatory reasons its future availability cannot be guaranteed. Please contact your local Siemens organization for further details.

2 syngo.via Frontier is for research use only. Not for clinical use.

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