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Multi Modality Viewer: single platform for all your viewing needs

IntelliSpace Portal 10 covers a host of your clinical needs going beyond neurology, cardiology, and oncology to include a range of additional domains.
3D Modeling

3D Modeling*

Streamlined modeling workflow optimized for 3D printing
IntelliSpace Portal features a dedicated 3D Modeling application for creating and exporting 3D models. An integrated segmentation environment incorporates IntelliSpace Portal’s segmentation tools in one place designed to simplify workflow.
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  • Supports importing of 3D segmentations from other applications or creating your own custom models directly from DICOM images.
  • Offers a suite of clinically focused rendering and editing tools to optimize a model for printing, and allow reflection of the true patient anatomy.
  • Physicians may preview meshes against original DICOM imaging, and make adjustments in real time:

- 3D Modeling batches files for easy export in standard formats (i.e. STL) and also in 3D PDF that can be used for communication in department.

- A variety of export options help streamline the transference of your file to a printing service, or for hospital internal use.

*In the USA, 3D models are not intended to be used for diagnostic use.
Advanced Vessel Analysis (AVA)

Multi Modality Advanced Vessel Analysis (AVA)

Comprehensive vascular analysis planning

Multi Modality Advanced Vessel Analysis (AVA)* is an application designed to examine and quantify different types of vascular lesions from CTA and MRA scans. AVA accommodates different modes of inspection, allows you to label different vascular lesions, and help you easily navigate through multiple findings.

CT Advanced Vessel Analysis (AVA) Stent Planning allows the user to access quantitative information and stent design parameters to provide specific inputs for interventional procedures such as EVAR.

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  • Robust bone removal algorithm provides 3D visualization of vessels.
  • Automatic tools, such as centerlines, vessel labeling, and inner
    and outer lumen contours as well as Automatic Series Creation
    (ASC) are designed to reduce the time to produce final results
    and contribute to consistency.
  • Easy navigation through multiple findings and once you are completed, export rich, customizable reports to your RIS or PACS.
  • User-defined options for comprehensive vascular analysis planning.
  • Tissue editing tools accessible from floating toolbar in selected viewport.
* Compared to the Philips EBW v4.x workstation.
Tumor Tracking

Multi Modality Tumor Tracking (MMTT)

Streamlined workflow for follow up and analysis of oncology patients
Multi Modality Tumor Tracking (MMTT) is a post processing software used to monitor disease state and assess treatment response.
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  • The application is used to display, process, analyze, quantify and manipulate anatomical and functional images for CT, MR, PET/CT and SPECT/CT images and/or multiple time-points.
  • Offers enhanced semi-automatic volumetric segmentation, as well as selectable oncology response criteria including standards such as RECIST 1.0, RECIST 1.1, WHO, CHOI, PERCIST, irRC and mRECIST.
  • A quantitative overview of volumetric and functional features is organized for quick navigation.
  • The application also includes Glucose SUV, an option to calculate lesion uptake normalized by patient glucose level, as well as PET metabolic volume segmentation options based on percentage.
Tumor Tracking qEASL

Multi Modality Tumor Tracking qEASL (MMTT qEASL)

Semi-automatic tumor quantification
This semi-automated 3D (Volumetric) tumor response assessment tool, based on EASL (European Association for the Study of the Liver) criteria incorporates functional information from contrast-enhanced scans.
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  • Multi Modality Tumor Tracking supports the creation of Quantitative EASL (qEASL) maps used to measure segmented volumes of interest (VOI) in heterogeneous lesions.
  • Data are presented as color map overlaid on the scans to show regional tumor enhancement heterogeneity. The color regions of the segmented lesions are where there is more enhancement than the pre-defined reference region.
Viewer (MMV)

Multi Modality Viewer (MMV)

Comprehensive reviewing tool for multiple modalities, all in a single viewer
Getting a full picture of your patient imaging status, begins with reviewing and analyzing images from multiple modalities in a single viewing environment. Quantify and measure disease states using multiple 3D tools as well as data from CT, MR, and other modalities (e.g. NM, DXR, US).
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  • Easily configurable hanging protocols, designed to allow you focus on image analysis.
  • “Smart linking” enabling the correct location of each image series in comparison to other series.
  • Save key images immediately into summary images.
  • Optimized default viewing layouts according to monitor used.
  • Comprehensive overview of generated advanced data such as perfusion maps, fMRI data, white matter tracts, and spectroscopy results in 2D or 3D.

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