Boston, MA and Stockholm, Sweden (PRWEB) June 04, 2013
A recent Frost & Sullivan report highlights the growing trend of digitalization in the Asian medical imaging market. As more companies convert from analogue to digital, ContextVision, software imaging partner for the most recognized medical imaging manufacturers worldwide, continues its expansion in Asia with three new mammography contracts.
Misconceptions about mammography, a global shortage of radiologists, and insufficient access to mammography services currently plague the imaging industry. These barriers result in an increase in undiagnosed or misdiagnosed breast cancer cases.
GOPView® Mammo, ContextVision’s image enhancement software product specifically developed for mammography provides:
“ContextVision has been in the Asian market for more than 10 years. Our market share is steadily increasing due to high demand from Asian OEMs for our unsurpassed mammography image enhancement products,” said Anita Tollstadius, CEO of ContextVision. “These strong partner relationships and new contracts are important to ContextVision’s continued growth and success in the Asian market.”
For more information about ContextVision, please visit http://www.contextvision.com.
ContextVision is a leading provider of image enhancement software to the global medical imaging industry since 1983, with the versatile GOP® technology at its core. We play a key role in helping manufacturers by offering clinicians unparalleled diagnostic image quality, ultimately providing patients with better care. ContextVision continues to offer the latest software and expertise within ultrasound, x-ray, magnetic resonance imaging, mammography, fluoroscopy and computed tomography. Our groundbreaking technology and lengthy expertise have granted us a pioneer position within 2D/3D/4D image enhancement across multiple modalities. For more information, please visit http://www.contextvision.com.
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