Capability Package

CT Head and Neck

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Key Features

2- ct head neck 1-1
Automatic Centerline Identificaiton Simplifies Stenosis Measurements
Dual Source Data Support

Time Density Evaluation: Maps include CBF, CBV, MTT, TTP, Tmax, Hypoperfusion, Mismatch & more.
Image Fusion
Image Fusion for Cross-Planar Image Synchronization
Dual Source
Multi-Modality Image Fusion & Image Subtraction
Vasculature Analysis

CT Head & Neck Package Overview

CT Head and Neck Package tools facilitate bone and vessel removal with advanced editing to support vasculature analysis including stenosis ratio, area, diameter, Min, Max, Mean, or perimeter cross-section display. In addition, radiologists can calculate the volume of organs or regions of interest with histogram output and utilize exportable measurement values for follow-up comparison. It also provides the ability to analyze dynamic data to support the assessment of time-dependent behavior of the image intensity or density of the brain including CBF, CBV, MTT, TTP, Tmax, hypoperfusion, mismatch and more. Data from dual-source scans are also supported to provide dynamic blending, improve signal-to-noise ratios, and subtract high density structures such as bone and metal. Image fusion for cross-planar image synchronization with customizable vendor-specific map type color scales is also supported.
  • Dual Source Data Support
  • Improved Signal-to-noise Ratios
  • TDA Quantitative Analysis

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