Current fusion techniques require time-consuming manual registration of CT or magnetic resonance (MR) images. To eliminate these limitations, Siemens Healthcare experts developed automatic, one-click advanced registration capabilities, reducing CT image registration to mere seconds, and profoundly simplifying manual registration techniques to enhance workflow during MR volume registration. The development was supported by researchers of Siemens Corporate Technology in Princeton, New Jersey.
Radiologists recognize eSie Fusion registration as helpful in daily routine work. The fusion of clinical images significantly speeds up the workflow. Previously, the success of interventions was generally monitored by follow-up CT examinations. Now it should be possible to reduce the number of follow-ups done with CT. The use of fusion provides improved clinical information – without additional radiation.
This is an advantage for both the patients and the healthcare provider. In addition to fusion imaging, the system features multi-modality review capabilities** allowing CT and/or MR images to be imported into the ultrasound system for a rapid, easy side-by-side comparison. These capabilities provide an additional layer of information to further increase diagnostic confidence and confirm therapeutic decisions.
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