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Visage Imaging to Provide Visage(R) CS Enterprise Wide Advanced Visualization Solutions to Advanced Radiology Consultants
Date:6/3/2009

ANDOVER, Mass., June 3 /PRNewswire/ -- Visage Imaging(R), Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Pro Medicus Ltd. (ASX: PME), announced today it was selected by Advanced Radiology Consultants to provide its enterprise-wide Visage(R) CS.

Based in southern Fairfield County, Connecticut, Advanced Radiology Consultants is a multi-modality, multi-site imaging organization with eight imaging centers performing over 150,000 procedures per year.

Dr. Gerard Muro, Chief of neuroradiology of Advanced Radiology noted, "The enterprise wide deployment of Visage CS across multiple offices will allow our radiologists to provide a higher level of service in a more efficient manner. The meticulous evaluation of CTA and MRA will be without delay. The same is true for our PET and Cardiac CTA studies. We are all very excited with our move to Visage."

"We are proud to have Advanced Radiology Consultants as our customer, and the team is committed to support and provide the technology to continue their success," said David Chambers, Chief Executive Officer, Visage Imaging. "With our efficient workflow, superior advanced visualization, and enterprise image management having Visage CS available on every PACS workstation will enhance diagnostic outcomes and improve communications throughout their enterprise."

Visage Imaging provides superior integrated clinical applications, and a clear commitment to evolving its tools and applications to meet customer needs. The Visage CS solution has a strong focus on radiology and it also goes one step further to provide surgeons, neurologists, and other referring physicians efficient access to original 3D data, enabling them to perform their own reformations and post processing in and beyond the radiology department.

For more information on Visage CS 3.1, visit www.visageimaging.com, or contact Visag
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