YOUR AI TOOL FOR THE AUTOMATED ANALYSIS OF PROSTATE MRIs
FACILITATES THE DIAGNOSTIC PROCESS AND GIVES YOU PEACE OF MIND.
mdprostate helps radiologists and urologists come to informed conclusions and make the best treatment decisions when assessing prostate carcinoma.
The AI-based tool provides a fully-automated lesion classification according to PI-RADS 2.1 and is fully integrated with all PACS systems. In less than 3 minutes, users receive a report with additional quantitative parameters (e.g. prostate volume), as well as a schematic representation of all lesions on a sector map.
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Automated visualization of all lesions (>= PI-RADS 3) in a schematic sector map
Visual representation of key slices (T2, ADC, DWI) showing most important lesions
Fully-automated prostate segmentation
Our tool automatically calculates the prostate volume, segments the regions according to PI-RADS 2.1 and simplifies your workflow significantly. Optionally, the PSA density can be calculated.
Fully-automated lesion classification (PI-RADS 2.1)
Get a detailed evaluation of classified lesions with clear information about volume, dimensions, ADC values and other parameters.
Customise reports quickly and easily for optimal results
While our AI-tool is there to support, you drive the final decision. You have the option to adjust, in case you'll ever need it. Reports only leave the workstation how and when you want to.
Continuous development of features and performance
Look forward to optimizing your workflow with RIS integration, schematic improvements, longitudinal assessments and much more.
PROSTATE DIAGNOSIS WITH OUR
INNOVATIVE AI WORKFLOW
Zero clicks - speed up your workflow
Automated analysis and report generation with full PACS integration for a lean workflow.
One automated report - no tedious manual steps
All data summarized in one report, generated in less than three minutes, including schematic visualizations.
Two opinions - peace of mind for patients and you
AI lends you a second pair of eyes for detailed and accurate quantitative analysis, for more informed conclusions.
Visual representation of the largest lesions with intuitive overlays
MRI images are evaluated automatically to determine the volume of the prostate and to highlight the three biggest lesions in each of the three image sequences with colored overlays.
The overlays are directly accessible within the PACS to speed up the detection of lesions and integrated into each report with one click. Simplify the communication to referring specialists.
Lesion details and PI-RADS scoring with no effort
Without any further effort, you receive a detailed evaluation of the detected lesions including three-dimensional extent, regional assignment and ADC value (min. / mean).
The lesions are ordered according to the PI-RADS classification. After entering the current PSA value in the browser interface, the PSA density is automatically calculated and presented in the report.
Schematic mapping of lesions to avoid tedious drawings
Speed up your report generation with our automated schematic visualizations. No additional tools, no more time-consuming, manual drawings.
The lesion dimensions, the anatomical assignment and the PI-RADS score are illustrated precisely and clearly.
Comprehensive perspectives to clearly communicate findings to referring specialists
In the supplemental coronary and sagittal overview, all involved physicians can quickly grasp the lesion extent.
Additionally you have a precise, yet easy-to-understand visualization available when communicating with patients or referring physicians.
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We would be happy to advise you on how mdprostate can best support you in your work.
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