Monthly Archives: February 2016

Case Study: The Importance of Patient Positioning for Accurate NeuroQuant Analysis

In this post we discuss a case study detailing the importance of properly positioning and land marking the patient when performing a NeuroQuant® volumetric analysis. When positioning a patient on the MRI table, land marking the X, Y and Z...
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Understanding the Hippocampal Occupancy Score

One of the more common questions that we are regularly asked is “what does the HOC represent?” The NeuroQuant Age Related Atrophy report now includes the Hippocampal Occupancy Score (HOC) as one of the parameters, along with volume measurements of...
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The Role of Volumetric Neuroimaging in the Evaluation of Temporal Lobe Epilepsy

Neuroimaging is one of several important tools for physicians to help provide an objective assessment and treatment plan for patients with epilepsy. Utilizing MRI scans and analyzing the resulted MRI images using sophisticated software tools has become a significant element...
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The Science Behind NeuroQuant: Biomarkers in Early Detection and Evaluation of Neurodegeneration

Early detection and evaluation of neurodegenerative dementia is important for physicians, patients and caregivers, especially in developing meaningful treatment and management plans. Providing an indicator of specific disease states, biomarkers are helpful in measuring and evaluating disease progression. One such...
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