Each course module reinforces our standardized learning methodology, with review of image acquisition, protocol assignment, case analysis and image distribution.
Fundamentals for Vitrea Advanced Visualization – Version 7
This three-day post-processing course teaches the fundamentals of Canon Medical’s advanced visualization software. Participants receive training on a variety of applications and disciplines within the software.
Each student will utilize their own workstation in a classroom setting with lecture, exam assessments and hands-on training. The course will consist of education covering 2-D imaging including multi-planar reformatting (MPR) and maximum intensity projection (MIP). 3D volumetric studies including cardiac, multi-phase imaging, lung analysis, vessel analysis, brain perfusion, virtual colonoscopy and endovascular stent planning will be reviewed. The student will perform exam specific assessment reviews and have relevant case studies to work with.
Who should attend
This course is open to all Radiologic Technologists, Radiologists, Cardiologists and Physicians working in a CT or MR discipline. It is ideal for new and experienced users.
General software and computer skills, knowledge of anatomy.
Canon Medical Healthcare IT (HIT)
5850 Opus PKWY STE 300
December 11 – December 13, 2023
January 15 – January 17, 2024
February 12 – February 14, 2024
March 11 – March 13, 2024
April 15 – April 17, 2024
Additional Course Topics
Fundamental Advanced Visualization for Clinical Staff
- 2D Imaging
- MPR Imaging
- 3D Imaging
- Images, Batches and Movies
Cardiac Imaging Solutions
- CT Cardiac
- Vessel Probe
- Cardiac Functional Analysis (CFA)
- Coronary Artery Calcium Scoring
- EP Planning
Vascular Imaging Solutions
- Peripheral CTA/MRA Analysis
- Carotid Artery
- Renal Artery
- Endovascular Stent Planning
- Automated Vessel Measurement (AVM)
Neuro Imaging Solutions
- Brain Perfusion
- Circle of Willis (COW)/Cerebral Arterial Circle
Oncology Imaging Solutions
- Tumor Volume
- Oncology Fusion
- Colon Imaging (VC)
- Joint Disarticulation
- Implant Segmentation