Monthly Archives: August 2017

Meet the CorTechs Labs Team – Micki

Micki tries to make the world a better place by being the best version of herself every day. Ultimately, she’d like to see the current knowledge of science and medicine advance through the integration of body and mind; To help...
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A New and Improved Version of CTXNode is Now Available for CorTechs Labs Online System

This post is part of a two-part series on using CorTechs Labs Online System. You can read part 1 here. CorTechs Labs offers our customers two upload methods for processing MR images through NeuroQuant or LesionQuant via the CorTechs Labs’...
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Manually Uploading Images to Our Online System in 4 Easy Steps

This post is part of a two-part series on using CorTechs Labs Online System. You can read part 2 here. CorTechs Labs offers our customers two upload methods for processing MR images through NeuroQuant or LesionQuant via the CorTechs Labs’...
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Understanding Intracranial Volume (ICV) Analysis in CorTechs Labs’ Quantitative Imaging Products

The ability to compare the volumes of patients’ brain structures to brain structure volumes of healthy controls is a powerful tool to help physicians assess possible existence of neurodegeneration or the progression of a neurodegenerative disorder. To adjust for any...
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Mitigating Risk in Clinical Trials with Quantitative Imaging from CorTechs Labs

Quantitative volumetric brain analysis of medical images currently plays a pivotal role in selecting appropriate participants and in evaluating new therapies during clinical trials for neurodegenerative conditions, such as Alzheimer’s disease, multiple sclerosis, epilepsy and traumatic brain injury. Recent studies...
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The Role of Volumetric Neuroimaging in the Evaluation of Traumatic Brain Injuries

Of the 1.5 million traumatic brain injuries (TBI) every year, 80% of them are considered mild. A “mild TBI”, often referred to as a concussion, is defined as loss of consciousness and/or confusion and disorientation, which is shorter than 30 minutes...
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