Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) has always been the first preference for clinicians to get the absolute picture while dealing with cancer and heart diseases due to their fatal nature.
With MRI high quality images can be obtained with greater precision for the area of interest. The usage of MRI and its diagnostic techniques, including visualization software are evolving proportionately with the increase in the number of patients with cancer and heart diseases.
Latest technology includes two softwares which are the Siemens Healthineers artificial intelligence-based software assistants in the AI-Rad Companion Family. The softwares got approval from Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
These softwares can automatically segment the brain in MRI images, measure brain volume and mark volume deviations for Morphometry Analysis. With their help physicians can manage their workloads and achieve a better diagnosis with all details and precisions, eventually improving the quality of care.
MR-STAT could be the major leap in MRI, It can deliver multiple quantitative MR parameters in a single fast scan leading to achieve the best and quick diagnosis at an affordable cost, benefitting both healthcare providers and patients.
The technology like Advanced intelligent Clear-IQ Engine (AiCE), uses a deep learning algorithm taking MRI to a different level, it can suppress noise while enhancing signal so differentiates true signal from noise. It is available on Vantage Orian 1.5T MR system, Vantage Galan 3.0T MR system and majority of Canon Medical’s CT product
Recently another deep learning-based neural network, AIR Recon DL got approval from FDA. This technology makes scan time shorter leading to more patient acceptance and gives better image quality helping clinicians to make quick and precise diagnosis. AIR Recon DL can also generate images in real-time as per the clinician’s comfort.
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