The latest software developed at the University Hospital of Geneva (HUG) for medical imaging is Weasis which is the clinical viewer in the home-made Electronic Medical Records. Since 2010 it is an open source project distributed either as a WEB application or as a multi-platform portable application (about 50’000 downloads in 2017 for the portable version).
The University Hospital of Geneva has a long history of medical imaging software. Starting in 1990 at HUG, Osiris was the first radiological imaging viewer freely distributed and then in 2003 OsiriX was the Mac successor to Osiris.
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