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soft copy

A radiological image visible on a computer screen instead of film.
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Joseph Gitlin, associate professor in the Department of Radiology at Johns Hopkins, and principal investigator of the study, "These results should be encouraging to providers who are interested in using digitized films for mammography, and soft copy workstations for display and interpretation.
Brian Beardslee, vice president of VIDAR, said, "We expect this clinical study will further solidify the superior image quality of a VIDAR film digitizer and confirm that radiologists will have the confidence to make an accurate mammography diagnosis reading soft copy images.
SOFT Copy fax, color copy and print utility software
Additionally, Kodak's CD Distribution Suite distributes images and reports to patients in a soft copy format as an alternative to films printed by KODAK DIRECTVIEW Laser Imagers.
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Until now, the only FDA approved equipment for all soft copy mammography reviews employed cathode-ray tube (CRT) displays, limiting choice and excluding radiologists from flat-panel technology's image quality, ergonomic and quality-assurance benefits.
The catalog will offer image resolution comparable to HDTV, a level identified as Base/4 (256x384) which produces high quality soft copy display on a television or computer monitor.
WJ product selection guides can be obtained by visiting either booth or in soft copy from the web site (www.
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Taylor & Francis are clearly responding to the shift in how consumers, academics and businesses alike access information from both a hard and soft copy perspective.