NeuroQuant 3.1 is Now Available
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Fast, accurate, and proven automated brain image analysis
Elevate your ability to quickly assess and closely monitor neurodegenerative brain diseases with a reliable automated tool. NeuroQuant® is CE marked and was the first US FDA 510(k) cleared medical software for fully automated quantitative analysis of brain MR images.
Easy to integrate with your existing PACS system, NeuroQuant provides volumetric measurements of brain structures and compares the volumes to normative reference data adjusted for age, sex, and intracranial volume.
Replace time-consuming manual processes with leading-edge automated technology that accelerates your analysis, so you can spend more time focusing on patients.
Benefits and Features
How will NeuroQuant Improve Your MRI Assessment?
Quantify Brain Structures
Support your clinical impression with objective, volumetric data and color-coded images of brain structures.
Automatic brain segmentation from radiographic images (3D T1 MRI) is available in PACS in 5-7 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 normal population.
Our Dynamic Atlas™ technology has been validated with over 1 million clinical cases, allowing for personalized brain segmentation of patients aged 3-100.
”NeuroQuant allows neuroradiologists to quantify localized brain atrophy in minutes and compare to a large database of normal controls, which was previously not possible in a routine clinical setting.Dr. Sunil K. Ram, MDNeuroradiologist, Scottsdale Medical Imaging