Monthly Archives: June 2016

MR Image Standardization: Quality, Consistency and Spatial Integrity

Less than perfect positioning Typically, in every MRI scan, the patient’s head and therefore the brain, is aligned slightly differently. This is primarily dependent on patient positioning, including variability of head rotation and tilt. Manual segmentation of MR images is...
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Understanding NeuroQuant Reports

Are you looking to learn more about the NeuroQuant reports? Below we have links to our interpretation guides and report videos to provide our NeuroQuant users some helpful resources when  using NeuroQuant. The interpretation guides provide some additional insight on what potential...
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Customer Spotlight: NeuroQuant – Changing Approach to Patients with Memory Loss

Recently we had the privilege of speaking Sunil Ram, M.D., Neuroradiologist at Scottsdale Medical Imaging in Scottsdale, AZ about their 2014 decision to add NeuroQuant as an option in the evaluation of patients with memory loss. Pursuing clinical excellence, advanced...
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PETQuant: Neurodegenerative Assessment in Clinical Research

Dr. James Brewer, MD, PhD, Neurologist, UC San Diego, hosted a live webinar from our our San Diego headquarters entitled: PETQuant™: Neurodegenerative Dementia Assessment in Research. Dr. Brewer gave a fascinating and enlightening presentation about using PETQuant in clinical research and...
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Quantitative Imaging in the Evaluation of Brain Volumes in Multiple Sclerosis

This week, we are exhibiting at the Consortium of Multiple Sclerosis Centers (CMSC) 2016 Annual Meeting. We are very excited to be a part of their 30th anniversary celebration, marking 30 years of advancing MS care and research. Visit us at...
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