Technology | June 19, 2015

Pie Imaging Software Upgrade Enables MRI Cardiac Perfusion, Analysis

Optimized MRI cardiac perfusion workflows support diagnosis of cardiovascular conditions

Pie Medical Imaging, CAAS MRV, MRI, cardiac perfusion

June 19, 2015 - Pie Medical Imaging announced its new release of CAAS MRV, for analysis of the heart to support diagnosis of cardiovascular conditions. This new version contains intuitive and guided analysis workflows, optimized to clinical practice. The workflows guide users through the required steps for functional left and right ventricle, viability and first pass perfusion analysis. The new viability workflow includes, besides analysis of delayed enhanced MR (magnetic resonance) images, also analysis of edema on T2-weighted MR images. The combination of segmented infarcts and edema areas can identify the salvageable areas.

The analyzed images and results of each workflow are presented side by side and can be saved in a customizable report to suit both cardiology and radiology.

For more information: www.piemedicalimaging.com

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