News | Advanced Visualization | October 28, 2016

SyntheticMR and Siemens Healthineers Sign Cooperation Agreement for SyMRI Software Package

SyntheticMR’s advanced post-processing software will be compatible with most Siemens MRI scanners beginning in 2017

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October 28, 2016 — SyntheticMR AB and Siemens Healthineers have entered into a cooperation agreement, making the SyMRI software packages from SyntheticMR compatible with magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scanners from Siemens Healthineers and available to their customers.

The SyMRI post-processing packages will be offered as an option, and will be compatible with most of the MRI systems available from Siemens Healthineers starting 2017.

By this cooperation both parties will provide a combined offering which enhances the benefit of MRI.

SyMRI delivers multiple, adjustable contrast images and quantitative data from a single scan. It is available in three packages: SyMRI Image provides fast MRI workflows, allowing high patient throughput; SyMRI Neuro enables automatic segmentation of brain tissue, providing objective decision support; and SyMRI Research Edition includes exportable SyMaps, quantitative T1, T2 and PD maps of the brain, allowing investigation to be taken even further.

For more information: www.healthcare.siemens.com

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