PET/CT

The PET/CT protocols are a set of clinical applications for review and analysis of PET/CT studies. Separate applications are provided for Oncology, Neurology and Cardiology, each with optimized settings for scaling, color and layouts. Up to 4 PET/CT scans can be loaded simultaneously for comparison purposes.

Features include:

      • Standardized orthogonal slice displays
      • Accurate SUV computation for all vendors and models
      • Display functions: triangulation, window leveling, color-scale selection, slice alignment, cine controls, zoom, pan, magnify, colorize
      • Measurement tool
      • Automatic SUV saturation function for PET
      • User-definable CT window presets
      • Distance-weighted Maximum Intensity Projections (MIP)
      • Fusion display mode based on variable alpha blending and/or variable thresholding
      • Manual registration adjustment (translations, rotations)
      • Automatic registrations using fast mutual information algorithm
      • Tumor-tracking analysis using auto 3D lesion contouring
      • Export of RT Struct Files
      • Study comparsion (follow-up) with automatic CT/CT registration
      • Support for separately acquired MRI and/or diagnostic CT scans
      • User definable hotkeys for commonly used functions
      • Dedicated Lesion, Linking, and Registration Managers
      • Compatible with all PET and hybrid PET/CT scanner models
      • PET/CT Dynamic - Saving TAC in PET CT Dynamic
      • Support for respiratory gating
      • Support for PERCIST lesions

 

SPECT/CT

The SPECT/CT protocols are a set of clinical applications for review and analysis of SPECT/CT studies. Separate applications are provided for General, Prostacint, WBC, Somatostatin, Parathyroid, and Extremities, each with optimized settings for scaling, color and layouts. Up to 4 SPECT/CT scans can be loaded simultaneously for comparison purposes.

Features include:

    • Standardized orthogonal slice displays
    • Display functions: triangulation, window leveling, color-scale selection, slice alignment, cine controls, zoom, pan, magnify, colorize
    • Measurement tool
    • User-definable CT window presets
    • Distance-weighted Maximum Intensity Projections (MIP)
    • Fusion display mode based on variable alpha blending and/or variable thresholding
    • Manual registration adjustment (translations, rotations)
    • Automatic registration
    • 3D region analysis based on iso-contouring
    • Study comparison (follow-up)
    • User definable hotkeys for commonly used functions
    • Dedicated Lesion, Linking, and Registration Managers
    • Compatible with all SPECT and hybrid SPECT/CT scanner models
    • Customized layouts through display scripts

 

SPECT/MR

SISCOM is one of our SPECT/MR neuroimaging application used in the diagnosis for Epilepsy. Please review our neurology portfolio for more details on this application.