Intended for technologists and site managers
Part 1: NeuroQuant 3.0
This session offers a broad overview of how NeuroQuant works from a technologist perspective. It covers workflow, configuration, reports, AETitles, scan parameters, errors, and best practices for scanning the NeuroQuant sequence. (30 – 40 minutes)
Part 2: LesionQuant 3.0
Training offers an overview of how LesionQuant V3.0 works from a technologist perspective. It covers workflow, user settings, scan parameters, report information, and LesionQuant output. (15 minutes)
Intended for physicians, radiologists, and neurologists
This session offers a broad overview of how NeuroQuant and LesionQuant V3.0 work from a clinical perspective. It covers workflow, user settings, threshold values, clinical assessment, report interpretation, and a review of NeuroQuant and LesionQuant output.
We sought to compare the accuracy of a volumetric fully automated computer assessment of hippocampal volume asymmetry versus neuroradiologists’ interpretations of the temporal lobes for mesial temporal sclerosis. Detecting mesial temporal sclerosis (MTS) is important for the evaluation of patients with temporal lobe epilepsy as it often guides surgical intervention. One feature of MTS is hippocampal volume loss.