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Interview™XP is a nuclear medical image evaluation workstation supporting the quantitative
Main functions of the system are possible to access by pull-
The “Highly Automated Evaluations Procedures” are grouped by organs and acquisition modes (2D/3D, i.e. Planar /Fig.4./ or SPECT /Fig.5./). The evaluation tools of each procedure are organised by clinical tasks to be divided into logical steps. Each step corresponds to a page of a workbook, where the user may navigate among the steps in order to make the necessary modifications/corrections (Fig.6).
The program leads the user along the logical steps with the necessary intervention.
Most of the default values of the evaluation procedures are user definable (filters, corrections, reconstruction mode, parameters, orientation, blowing up, palette, etc. /Fig.7./).
Different reconstruction methods (FBP, iterative) are available for SPECT studies in the system (Fig.8.). They can be configured according to the clinical requirements. These reconstruction methods are fundamental elements of the organ specific clinical procedures. Additional configuration tools are also available for the user in order to create own dedicated procedure variants (see Fig.7.).
Reconstructed images can be co-
Reports are formatted by applying user-