Technology | April 03, 2008

Siemens CAD System Allows for Image Comparisons

Siemens will showcase its computer-aided diagnosis (CAD) system syngo TrueD, which was designed for oncology, supporting PET/ CT, SPECT/CT as well as CT or MR fused with PET or SPECT. The syngo TrueD was designed to allow physicians to compare patient scans from different time points (such as pre- and post-therapy) and provide advanced image analysis and comparison.

The application supports registration, visualization, quantification and reporting for up to three time-points. A suite of registration options comprised of both rigid and non-rigid methods with built in matrix navigational tools is available.

The syngo TrueD reportedly features a dual and single monitor layout configuration gallery and has a synchronized image navigation capability including rotating MIPs. The product also includes VRT visualization tools and support for multiple SUV computation methods. Multiple 2D region of interest (ROI) and 3D volume of interest (VOI) tools are featured, said the company. The application also reportedly provides linked VOIs across studies to perform tumor change analysis and allows users to create and export VOIs in DICOM RT format.

April 2008

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