Head & Brain

Head CT scan Emergency Care Diagnostic Aid

Head CT scans are an essential piece of the emergency room diagnostic workflow in patients with a stroke or head injury. For successful treatment and prevention of long-term effects, a door-to-needle time of under one hour is recommended in patients with an ischemic stroke. Similarly, in patients with head injuries, a CT scan diagnosis helps decide if immediate surgical intervention is needed.
The emergency care head CT scan algorithm rapidly screens CT scans to detect, localize and quantify abnormalities, as well as assess their severity. This enables patient prioritization for the appropriate clinical intervention.

Head & Brain

Brain Region Quantification

This solution quantifies 134 different brain regions in the healthy or the diseased brain. Its primary application is in the diagnosis and follow-up of neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s or Parkinson’s disease. The algorithm quantifies and outlines the regions, and can reliably measure even the smallest changes in volume as the patient progresses over time.

Head & Brain

Brain Tumor Quantification

The brain tumor quantification solution is designed for use in surgical planning and post treatment monitoring. Four MRI modalities are used to generate a detailed quantification of tumor regions and 3-dimensional visualization of the tumor.

Chest

Chest X Ray Screening and Automated Reporting

Chest X rays are the single most common diagnostic test used worldwide. They are relatively inexpensive, and expose the patient to a low radiation dose. They are not only the first diagnostic step in patients with lung or heart disease, but also used a screening test or performed as part of routine physical examinations. Millions of chest X-rays are taken every year, placing an enormous burden on physicians to make sure that all the information in the X-ray is being carefully examined and interpreted, and that no incidental findings are missed.
The chest X-ray solution saves radiologist time and prevents errors in the screening setting, where large numbers of radiographs are processed daily. In the emergency care setting, it helps rapidly prioritize abnormal x-rays. The fully automated chest X-ray algorithm picks out abnormal scans, suggests a diagnosis and highlights the abnormal region.

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Lung Nodules

Lung cancer is one of the most common malignancies worldwide, and it is most often diagnosed at a relatively late stage, limiting treatment options. In high-risk populations, regular low-dose scans are recommended as a screening measure. Lung CT scans are also routinely performed in patients with primary tumors in other organs to assess the presence of metastasis and stage the malignancy. This results in a large volume of scans that need to be scanned for nodules. The lung nodule solution automatically detects and highlights lung nodules, and outputs the probability of malignancy for each nodule.

Chest

idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis

Idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis (IPF) is a chronic progressive interstitial lung disease. Precise estimation of disease burden and tracking of disease progression is challenging for physicians. The IPF solution is designed for use in disease quantification and progression monitoring in patients with IPF, and to evaluate the efficacy of therapies in clinical trials.

Abdomen

Abdominal Visceral and Subcutaneous fat Quantification

Visceral abdominal fat is an indicator of cardiovascular risk, and can be visualized using a Dixon MRI sequence. The fat quantification algorithm accurately outlines and quantifies both visceral and subcutaneous abdominal fat and measures changes in fat volume as a result of medical interventions or lifestyle changes. Output is available as absolute quantification of intraabdominal fat, as well a 3-dimensional visualization. The relatively low cost of this particular MRI sequence makes it feasible to use this algorithm as part of a periodic wellness check.

Musculoskeletal

Knee Cartilage Segmentation

The knee joint cartilage segmentation solution aids in evaluation of damage, disease progression, and response to treatment at the arthritic knee joint. It is also designed for use in planning joint surgery. The solution outlines and quantifies cartilage in healthy and damaged knee joints and measures the degree of degeneration.