The AQPlaque suite of vascular analysis tools is now available for TeraRecon’s Aquarius product family. The toolkit enables researchers to investigate and evaluate a range of parameters from CT or MR images of vascular structures, including coronary arteries, as a standard feature from standalone Aquarius Workstations or the AquariusNET thin-client software. Parameters relating to plaque constitution and morphology, including the overall extent of wall remodeling, luminal encroachment and the density distribution of CT values within the plaque, can be characterized with the AQPlaque tools.
Technology | June 21, 2007
Suite of Vascular Analysis Tools Now Available
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