FLAIR Lesion and Atrophy Report

for the assessment of multiple sclerosis and other neurodegenerative conditions

Automatically label, visualize and obtain the volumetric quantification of segmentable brain structures and lesions from MRI brain studies—within minutes. LesionQuant™ is a module within NeuroQuant® that combines T2 FLAIR with 3D T1 MR images to enhance your ability to identify and monitor the number and progression of brain lesions. Accurately visualizing lesions and lesion volume change enables you to deliver an efficient, objective assessment of disease activity, so you can determine the best course of treatment more quickly.

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Lesion Volume Change Visualization

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Benefits and features

How Can LesionQuant Improve Your MRI Assessment?

Quantify Information

Augment your clinical impression with objective, volumetric data and color-coded images of brain structures.

Save Time

Automatic image segmentation from radiographic images (3D T1 MRI) is available in PACS in under 30 minutes.

Track Progression Over Time

If a patient ID is already in the system, NeuroQuant will pull prior data to perform ongoing multi-time point evaluations to assess brain structure volume changes over time—all indicated on the same report.

Diagnose & Plan Earlier

Identify and assess neurodegeneration in its earliest stages to aid in treatment and lifestyle planning for patients.

Normative Reference Data

Normative reference data, based on the Cortechs.ai normative database, empowers NeuroQuant to provide comparisons of an individual’s brain structure volume measurements to a healthy population.

Change Visualization Output

The change visualization output provides a precise comparison of two 3D T1 scans and highlights the volumetric changes between time points in an easy to interpret heat map overlay.