Monthly Archives: September 2015

Evaluating the Individual with the Power of Many: Using Normative Data in Personalized Medicine

When evaluating a subject’s brain structure volumes, looking at absolute volumes is the first step. However, naturally occurring variances due to age or gender might distort the impression these values provide. Differences in overall head size might distort the impression...
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Living with Hope: Multiple Sclerosis (MS)

Continuing our educational series on using volumetric brain imaging in the assessment of neurodegenerative conditions, the CorTechs Labs team welcomed a board-certified, internationally recognized neurologist dedicated to improving diagnosis and care for people with multiple sclerosis (MS) and related disorders...
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Giving a Nod to the Node: Why You Should Be Using CTXNode

The engineering team at CorTechs Labs works tirelessly to ensure that users are satisfied with usability, accessibility and convenience of using NeuroQuant® Online. In order for NeuroQuant, a leading medical device software that is used in the post-processing of a...
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The Strangest Feeling: Temporal Lobe Epilepsy (TLE)

The team at CorTechs Labs is always looking to further educate ourselves about how brain volumetric imaging is used in the assessment of neurodegenerative conditions. Recently, a practicing Clinical Neuropsychologist visited our San Diego headquarters and gave a very interesting...
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Automatic Brain Segmentation for All: The Power of the Dynamic Atlas

In 1996 FreeSurfer§, and later NeuroQuant® in 2006, revolutionized image segmentation by introducing software for the automation of processing and analyzing MRIs. The Bayesian approach used for this automatic image segmentation was based on a static atlas, which works very well for...
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