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Multi Modality Advanced Vessel Analysis can reduce comprehensive vascular analysis planning to five minutes

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Philips CT Marketing Philips Healthcare • USA

Take advantage of multiple presets and user-defined options to reduce comprehensive vascular analysis planning to five minutes. The robust bone removal algorithm on Multi Modality Advanced Vessel Analysis (AVA) provides 3D visualization of the vessels. Additional automatic tools, such as bone removal and centerlines and vessel labeling as well as inner and outer lumen contours, contribute to fast, consistent results. New enhancements include optimized algorithms for head/neck and body analysis and volume rendering of images.

You can easily navigate through multiple findings and when you’re finished, export rich, customizable reports to your RIS or PACS without hassle.

Benefits
  • Examine and quantify vascular lesions from CTA and MRA studies
  • Accommodate different modes of inspection and label different vascular lesions
  • Reduce the time to produce end results with automatic creation of cMPR, cross-sectional, MPR, extracted centerlines, and volume images created even before you open your study
  • Get exceptional visualization of vascular structures with simplified zero-click bone removal and visualize the carotid siphon with skull removal
  • Enhance workflows for specific findings creation, like stenosis, aneurysm, and diameter measurements with customizable views

* Planning time reduction comes when used together with the Enhanced Zero-click Performance option.
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Speed up workflows by 77%
Multi Modality Advanced Vessel Analysis (AVA) reduces the manual time-to-results by 77% for neuro (head/neck) and body CT angiography (CTA) exams.*, **

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View CT case studies where Advanced Vessel Analysis was used


* Compared to the Philips EBW v4.x workstation
** Kadavigere, R., Maiya, M., Rao, V., Read, K. Standardized Results of CT Angiography Obtained with Automated Postprocessing Using a Dedicated Server: A Workflow Optimization Study. A collaboration of Philips Healthcare and Kasturba Medical College at Manipal University, India. Radiological Society of North America 2011 Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting, November 26 - December 2, 2011, Chicago, USA.


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