Toshiba's Virtual Explorer Workstation is a complete 3D, post-processing tool for MR analysis and image display. The design aims to offer a full range of features that will enhance MR imaging capability and functionality. The workstation comes with both the hardware and software necessary for a complete post-processing package. Key software features include: MPR/MIP, 3D imaging, brain perfusion, fusion, cardiac analysis, coronary assessment, myocardial perfusion, flow analysis, delayed enhancement and double oblique.
Virtual Explorer Workstation Offers Full Range of Post-Processing Features for MR
A new artificial-intelligence-based approach to image reconstruction, called AUTOMAP, yields higher quality images from less data, reducing radiation doses for CT and PET and shortening scan times for MRI. Shown here are MR images reconstructed from the same data with conventional approaches, at left, and AUTOMAP, at right. Athinoula A. Martinos Center for Biomedical Imaging, Massachusetts General Hospital
This figure shows reduced hippocampal volume over the course of 6 years as seen on progressive volumetric analysis and also coronal MRI evaluations (arrows).Progressive volume loss in the mesial temporal lobe on MRI is a characteristic imaging feature of AD. This patient was a case of Alzheimer’s Dementia.