HEALTHCARE IT IN Women’s Heathcare

Canon Medical makes an important contribution to Women’s Health treatment. For more than 30 years, our Vitrea family of software solutions has helped clinicians deliver better care.

Vitrea Advanced Visualization is a modular viewing platform that provides a broad range of functions with the option of adding more functionality when needed. We offer comprehensive toolsets that supply physicians with information for planning procedures and treating patients.

Vitrea is a multi-modality and multi-vendor solution. Our suite of advanced applications provides full-powered solutions for 2D, 3D, and 4D advanced visualization used to process and analyze clinical data from multiple modalities – MRI, CT, CR, DX, RG, RF, UL, XA, NM, PET, PET/CT and SPECT.

Vitrea Advanced Visualization facilitates the consolidation of a number of applications, and reduces the complexity of managing many independent applications and suppliers.


Automatic Segmentation
Automatic segmentation, in “one-click“. Fusion of anatomical pictures and kinetic maps.

Automatic Distances
Automatic 3D lesion. Volume- and measures computation.

Automatic Calculation of Kinetics
Automatic calculation of different Kinetics cards.



  • Efficient tools for breast cancer detection, characterization
    and staging
  • Provides instant comprehensive lesion assessment and high
    quality diffusion assessment
  • Offers BI-RADS reporting, which facilitates communication
    of results between referring physicians


  • Dynamic Contrast Enhanced (DCE) Permeability
  • Advanced Multiparametric Analysis n Kinetics
  • BI-RADS Report n Intravoxel Incoherent Motion (IVIM)
  • Quantitative Results

Intuitive environment for characterization and follow-up of breast lesions


“Using the advanced visualization software really enhanced our workflow. All the different items we need to access are pre-segmented and accessible from the first step. Because of the Vitrea software, many post-processing items have become a one-click solution for us.”

Dr. Stefan M. Niehues
Department of Radiology,
Charité University Hospital, Berlin, Germany