DICOM Viewer is designed to be intuitive and simple to use. It includes multiple image handling and manipulation features in order to assist you display, review and analyze 2D & 3D brain MRI studies.
Ability to take screenshots, notes and create structured pdf reports. You can also download into DICOM and NIFTI formats any generated maps, ROIs and fiber tracts.
Diffusion analysis is used to visualize local water diffusion properties. The Fiber Tracking feature utilizes the directional dependency of the diffusion to display the white matter structure in the brain or more generally the central nervous system.
Brainance Academy includes features as: Parametric map auto-calculation (Colormap, Apparent Diffusion Coefficient map, Fractional Anisotropy map, B0 map, Axial Diffusivity map, Radial Diffusivity map etc.), Region/Volume of interest (ROI/VOI) statistics (histograms, mean & std values etc.), fiber tracking (3D reconstruction of the white matter’s fiber bundles) and fiber tract statistics.
Dynamic Susceptibility Contrast Perfusion (DSC Perfusion) analysis provides information about the blood vessel structure and characteristics as a response of the brain to the injection of a specific contrast agent.
Brainance Academy includes features as: Parametric map auto-calculation (rCBV, rCBF, rMTT, rTTP, nCBV, nCBF etc.), Region/Volume of interest (ROI/VOI) statistics (probability density histograms, mean & std values etc.), and mirroring ROI analysis.
fMRI analysis is used to highlight small magnetic susceptibility changes in the human brain in areas with altered blood-flow resulting from neuronal activity.
Brainance Academy enables the user to produce activation maps generated according to statistical semi-automated calculations and user input (design matrix, z-threshold etc.). Those activation maps are displayed as a new sequence on both 2D and 3D viewer.
Brainance Academy gives the user the ability to combine the initial uploaded sequences and the calculated maps in a unified environment in order to facilitate multi-modal studies and provides him with a variety of data for a better understanding of each case.
For instance the activated regions specified by the fMRI processing can be used as ROIs for the Fiber Tracking process.