A 3D CT scan visualized using AnatomageÂ’s web browser-based 3D DICOM viewer on the Anatomage Cloud platform. Slice images (2D) and volume rendering (3D) can be viewed from anywhere on a mobile device or desktop. (via Medical Device News Magazine)

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Anatomage Inc states with a growing number of specialists using 3D CBCT imaging, there has been a large increase in the need to easily transfer and view 3D images between colleagues. Anatomage aims to transform this process with the introduction of Anatomage Cloud.

Anatomage Cloud is a universal medical image sharing platform. Any doctor can easily send a medical image for instant review to another doctor. The recipient can access the image from anywhere and instantly review the image on any device – including mobile. By using a web browser-based 3D viewer, no software installation is needed to view the image. This significantly simplifies the process of sharing and viewing 3D medical images.

The Anatomage Cloud service is free to medical professionals for basic use. It provides HIPAA-compliant image transfer and storage through the cloud, with no need for CDs or USBs. In addition, Anatomage brings its award-winning 3D imaging technology to the cloud in the form of a zero-footprint 3D DICOM viewer for instant mobile viewing from any location.

This technology enhances the speed and ease of collaboration for dental specialists, medical professionals, veterinarians, chiropractors, ENT specialists, and more. David Skoff, Business Development Manager at Anatomage said, “Anatomage Cloud opens the door to the most comprehensive network of medical and dental collaboration through 3D visualization.”

Medical professionals can try Anatomage Cloud for free by visiting here.