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Date:11/25/2009

TORONTO, Nov. 25 /PRNewswire/ - Sentinelle Medical Inc., a leading manufacturer of breast MRI coils and advanced visualization software launches a suite of new leading edge clinical applications on its Aegis(TM) medical imaging software platform at this year's Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) annual meeting in Chicago, Nov. 30 - Dec. 5, 2009 (Booth 5800, Hall A). The applications leverage the unique high quality images generated by Sentinelle's specialized MRI imaging coils and support multiple imaging modalities for multi-parametric assessment.

Aegis(TM) Breast 3.0 offers powerful real-time 4D image processing (3D + time), made possible by specialized graphics acceleration architecture. Combined with specialized lesion kinetic and morphology visualization tools, automated image analysis and biopsy guidance, Aegis Breast 3.0 is designed to make reading simple, fast and efficient.

The combination of the impressive image quality provided by Sentinelle's Vanguard(TM) breast coils and Aegis Breast lays the groundwork for significantly greater efficiency in breast MRI. Dr. Bruce Porter, MD of First Hill Diagnostic Imaging in Seattle, WA states, "The extremely high signal to noise and resolution of the Sentinelle breast coil, especially for the axillary tail and nodes, clearly advances breast MR both for diagnosis and as a breast cancer staging tool." Michael Vendrell, MD, also of First Hill Diagnostic Imaging, has guided the Aegis team in developing multi-parametric color-maps for diffusion-weighted MRI. "These give Radiologists new tools for increasing efficiency and accuracy toward moving non-contrast body MRI into routine clinical practice. If screening non-contrast breast MR were ever to become a clinical reality, we believe tools such as these will play an important role," says Dr. Vendrell.

Aegis Breast is also available as a zero footprint web client. This revolutionary technology allows clinicians to log
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