Neuroreader® Brain Volumetric Report reduces time to diagnosis
Report generation timing is essential for workload, workflow optimization and for prompt diagnosis in clinical settings. On average, US radiologists typically spend around 24 minutes reviewing a brain MRI and drafting a report [1,2]. That said, Neuroreader® reduces the time required to read an MRI from 24 minutes down to 10 minutes or less (by a cloud-based data analysis computer program). With advanced deep learning techniques, the computer program can visualize and quantify a large number of brain structures. Neuroreader® objectively analyzes DICOM images from MRI brain scans by comparing the patient’s brain volumes against a normative database with people of similar age, gender, and head size. It measures and identifies atrophies of brain structures, such as the hippocampus, lateral ventricles, and brain lobes.