Powered by 3TP’s proprietary ƒ TP (Full-Time-Point) algorithm, ProStream relies on an innovative method that allows for Full-Time-Point analysis of fast dynamic contrast-enhanced series, while at the same time maintaining high-spatial resolution and high signal-to-noise of the images. The product simultaneously allows for high-temporal and high-spatial resolution of the prostate in dynamic contrast-enhanced series. It is designed to streamline the workflow of prostate MRI.
Prostate MRI without an Endorectal Coil
Stéphane Bordas, Professor in Computational Mechanics at the Faculty of Science, Technology and Communication of the University of Luxembourg, and his team have developed methods to train surgeons, help them rehearse for such complex operations and guide them during surgery. Image © Legato Team / University of Luxembourg.
The ZD2-Gd probe, represented by the orange ball and green arrow, binds to the EDB-FN in the prostate cancer cells with high metastatic potential. This results in a strong MRI signal (upper right). Prostate cancer cells with low metastatic potential have no EDB-FN and so there is no MRI signal (lower right). Credit: Han, et al., Bioconjug Chem-Apr-2017