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Keeneland Scales Eklin Digital Repository(TM) to 32 Medical Image Review Workstations
Date:11/19/2007

past when film-based x-rays were primarily used, the repository, functioning similar to a library, weighed the exam folder containing the films prior to checking out the folder to the buyer's representative veterinarian. The veterinarian then took the films to a medical light box within the repository, hanging each film on it in order to conduct a review of the images, often using a magnifying glass to see small details. The films were returned to the repository librarian who weighed the folder once again and checked it back in, ready for the next reviewing veterinarian.

"When we were using film-based x-rays during the auction's two week duration, the logistics of accommodating almost 200 veterinarians reviewing sets of 32 images per horse for approximately 5,000 horses were massive," said Cathy Schenck, Keeneland's Repository supervisor. "With only one set of films available per horse, imagine scores of veterinarians standing in line waiting to analyze images on some of the more popular horses. Due to the expansion of the Eklin Digital Repository this year, however, approximately 500,000 digital images were quickly reviewed without any access limitations."

Just as digital cameras have made photography easier and more efficient by eliminating film, DR systems provide the clinician with a radiographic image that can be viewed immediately on a high-resolution monitor without the need for film development. DR systems also offer sophisticated image processing tools, giving the clinician much greater depth of information that can be enlarged or manipulated for far better detail, resulting in closer scrutiny of potential areas of concern.

"Digital radiography and the Eklin Digital Repository at Keeneland have been extremely well received by the veterinarians, as well as buyers and sellers of these Thoroughbreds," said Gary R. Cantu, president and CEO of Eklin. "Due to the scaleable architecture of this technology, we will be able to continue expanding th
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