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North America to be Largest Advanced Visualization Market

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), every year, 17.9 million human deaths are caused by cardiovascular diseases and 9.6 million by cancer. Moreover, as per the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), six in every 10 U.S. citizens have at least one chronic disease, while four in every 10 have at least two. Medical imaging has proven to be an extremely useful tool in diagnosing these and a lot of other diseases and disorders, which is why the volume of X-ray, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), ultrasound, computed tomography (CT), and positron emission tomography (PET) scans is rising around the globe. With these technologies, doctors get a good look at tissues, bones, muscles, organs, blood vessels, glands, and lymph nodes.

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While, in many places, films are the preferred media for capturing and displaying the images, the preference for having them directly converted to a digital form, to be viewed with greater convenience on computer screens, is rapidly increasing. With the growing popularity of digital medical images, the procurement rate of picture archiving and communication systems (PACS) is also surging. Due to this factor, the advanced visualization market is projected to grow at a healthy rate in the coming years, as PACSs are essentially a storage system for medical images.

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Two types of advanced visualization solutions are offered by vendors — standalone workstation-based and enterprise-wide thin-client based. Of these, enterprise-wide thin client-based solutions have been more popular among the healthcare fraternity up till now. This has been a result of their higher data storage space, streamlined analysis, centralized post-processing mechanism, and better data transfer ability. Apart from all these, the advent of multi-user interfaces is another reason which would propel the requirement for enterprise-wide thin-client-based solutions faster than for standalone workstation-based variants in the years to come.