Dilon Technologies announced the new software updations for its Dilon 6800 gamma camera. The newest updates include enhancements for both general nuclear medicine and breast image processing.
The new software functionalities complement the low energy high-resolution (LEHR) collimator for general nuclear medicine and the Slant15 Collimator for breast imaging applications. Both LEHR and Slant15 are released earlier this year as purchase options for the Dilon 6800 gamma camera.
Processing protocols for pediatric gallbladder and lung as well as renal imaging and ejection studies are now standard in the Dilon 6800 software package. Dilon Technologies said that these features help broaden the versatility of the camera beyond breast, thyroid, sentinel node and spot bone imaging to provide additional high-resolution, organ-specific studies to maximize clinical utility and economic benefit.