Ziostation2 Advanced Visualization

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Beyond Advanced Visualization

Ziostation2 provides a comprehensive multi-modality advanced processing and viewing solution across various clinical specialities. Increase your efficiency through powerful advanced visualization tools and customizable workflows for better patient outcomes.

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Standard Applications

3d analysis

Ziostation2 handles the growing dataset sizes with ease, displaying high-definition Volume Rendered images, along with MPR, CPR, MIP, MinIP, SUM, VE and Gradient MIP data visualizations. All tools can be accessed immediately with top-level GUI selection controls.

PET/CT Fusion

The PET/CT Fusion protocol provides flexible and simple image overlay analysis. Standard Uptake Value calculations are enabled with ROIs and VOIs.

Multi-Modality Fusion

Up to four different series from different phases or even modalities can be layered using varied opacity profiles.
The Multi-Data Fusion protocol highlights spatial relationships between objects that can assist in planning surgical procedures.

MR/MR Fusion

MPR navigation of fused MR volumetric data.

Viewer

Fundamental protocol for viewing any DICOM compliant imaging data in 2D and MPR (for volumetric datasets).

CT Subtraction

The CT Subtraction protocol can perform high precision registration on pre and post contrasted images. High density structures are automatically removed and vessels can be extracted without any loss of smaller distal vessels.

SlabMIP

The Slab MIP protocol facilitates vessel walk-throughs in short axis and corresponding MPR views.

4D Analysis

The 4D Analysis protocol can load up to 100 phases of ECG-gated scans and provides real-time rendering of multi-phase 3D images to display dynamic anatomy.

Multi-Data Compare

The Multi-Data Compare protocol provides the ability to compare two distinct phases of data to assist in evaluation of disease progression.

4D TIC

This protocol allows time intensity curves to be generated from one or more ROIs placed anywhere within a multi-phase contrasted volumetric data set. TICs from multiple ROIs can be viewed simultaneously for comparison.

Advanced MPR Batch

With this protocol a user can designate a pathway defining the acquisition of a sequential series of MPR images, with special applicability to spinal imaging.

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NEUROLOGY APPLICATIONS

CT Perfusion Analysis

Analyzes blood flow using contrasted CT images scanned at the same cross-section, showing changes over time.

CT Volume Perfusion

Analyzes blood flow using contrasted CT images as volume data scanned at the same cross-section or VR aspect, showing changes over time.

MR Brain Perfusion

Analyzes blood flow using contrasted MR images scanned at the same cross-section, showing changes over time.

CT Cerebrovascular Auto-segmentation

Automatic segmentation and visual differentiation of arteries and veins of the head.

CT Subtraction

The CT Subtraction protocol can perform high precision registration on pre and post contrasted images. High density structures are automatically removed and vessels can be extracted without any loss of smaller distal vessels.

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CARDIOVASCULAR APPLICATIONS

CT Cardiac Function LV

Utilizing multi-slice CT images of the heart, this protocol segments the inner and outer walls of the left ventricle, and calculates ejection fraction, wall thickness, wall thickness ratio and regional wall motion.

CT Cardiac Function RV

Indices of RV function, such as EF and volumes, can be easily obtained through operations similar to LV Function analysis, with results for both ventricles presented simultaneously.

CT Coronary Analysis

With contrasted CT images, this protocol automatically extracts the coronary arteries and displays the results in views such as MIP, CPR, and Straight CPR. Calculation of vessel stenosis is available.

CT/SPECT Cardiac Fusion

This protocol fuses functional (SPECT) and anatomic (CT) cardiac studies, supporting analysis of stress, rest and reversibility.

CT Calcium Scoring

Using non-contrasted CT, this protocol scores calcium in the coronary arteries.

CT Myocardial Perfusion

Using the stress and rest data of the heart scanned with a contrast material, this protocol provides polar maps and 3D fused images to review transmural perfusion ratio of LV myocardial blood flow.

CT Dynamic Myocardial Perfusion

Analyzes myocardial blood flow using contrasted CT images as volume data scanned at the same cross-section, showing changes over time. Non-rigid registration is supported.

TAVR

This protocol allows comprehensive pre-procedure annulus assessment using static and dynamic measurement tools. Assessment tools are also provided for femoral/iliac and apical access routes. Surface rendering, automatic extraction of the annulus plane, and SCCT-compliant measurement and reporting tools are included.

EP Planning

Automatically extract pulmonary veins and left atrium, display centerlines and lumen boundaries and provide measurements to enable analysis and assessment in support of EP Planning.

CT Coronary Compare

The CT Coronary Compare protocol allows you to perform coronary artery centerline extractions and stenosis-related lumen calculations on calcium substrated data with ease.

MR Coronary Analysis

With contrasted MR images, this protocol extracts coronary arteries and displays the results in MIP, CPR, and Straight View. Calculation of vessel stenosis is available.

MR Cardiac Function (LV)

Utilizing multi-phase MR images of the heart, this protocol segments the inner and outer walls of the left ventricle, and calculates ejection fraction, wall thickness, wall thickness ratio and regional wall motion.

MR Cardiac Function (RV)

Harnessing the results of MR Cardiac Function (LV), this protocol segments the inner and outer walls of the right ventricle, and calculates ejection fraction.

MR Cardiac Time-Intensity

Analyzes blood flow in the myocardium using MR cardiac data obtained at rest and during stress.

MR Flow

Using phase contrast MR images, this protocol evaluates flux and velocity of a specified vessel.

MR Myocardial T1 Mapping

Using MR heart data scanned with and without a contrast material with different TI, this protocol extracts inner and outer wall contours of LV, shows color maps of T1 values calculated from T1 relaxation curve, and shows ECV calculated from hematocrit values and blood T1 values.

MR Cardiac Strain Analysis

Quantify myocardial strain using tagged MR images. Easily derive contours of multiple phases and graph strain across the phases.

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ABDOMINAL APPLICATIONS

CT Perfusion

Analyzes blood flow using contrasted CT images scanned at the same cross-section, showing changes over time.

CT Liver Analysis

This protocol is used to segment image masks of the hepatic artery, portal vein, hepatic vein using data of liver scanned with a contrast material and measure volumes including liver segments and lesions.

CT Volume Perfusion

Analyzes blood flow using contrasted CT images as volume data scanned at the same cross-section or VR aspect, showing changes over time.

CT Colon Analysis

Extracts air-filled tracts of the colon from CT images and displays the results in a “filet” view and virtual endoscopy views(VE+MPR). You can mark the ROI and make observations.

Vessel Analysis

Automatic extraction of the abdominal aorta and placement of vessel diameter tools (with landmark separation distances) in standard measurement locations. Our superior automated (as well as manual) centerline extraction reduces your effort in calculating vessel stenosis.

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RESPIRATORY APPLICATIONS

CT Pulmonary Analysis

Segments image masks of bronchi and lungs using CT scanned chest data with or without a contrast, and provides measurements such as bronchial diameters and LAV for quantitative assessments of airways.

CT Lesion Analysis

Segments and quantifies suspected lesions from multiple studies to track changes in size over time.

CT PA/PV Auto-segmentation

This standard feature allows you to display lungs, bronchi, pulmonary artery and pulmonary veins simultaneously. Click on an individual structure to toggle its inclusion in the arterial or venous mask. Fusion of structures such as lesions or tumors is straightforward.

4D Motion Analysis

Provides Dynamic CPR, Dynamic MPR, Dynamic ROI, etc. to evaluate multi-phase anatomical data and enables multi-data 4D fusion of anatomical and functional images.

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ORTHOPEDIC APPLICATIONS

MR Tx Mapping

Using MR data with different TE and spin lock times, this protocol measures T2, T2*, or T1rho values of the specified ROI and shows color maps.

3D Analysis

Use high-speed, high precision bone auto-segmentation tools with a single click.

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DENTAL APPLICATIONS

CT Dental Viewer

Using mandible and/or maxilla CT images, this protocol computes and displays panoramic and cross-cut images.