QUANTIB® Prostate

Read prostate MRI at expert level supported by AI


Man with prostate cancer schematic drawingYearly, 1.3M men are diagnosed with prostate cancer, often without the use of MRI, while NEJM and The Lancet report strong benefits of MRI.1,2

Prostate cancer MRI guidelines illustrative figureNew guidelines adopted by EAU and ACR advise to include MRI prior to all 3M biopsies taken yearly in Europe and the United States.3,4

Prostate cancer MRI increased workload illustrative figureRadiology practices already see a doubling in case load of multiparametric MRI prostate scans.

Is your practice ready to handle this increasing number of prostate MRI exams?

Quantib® Prostate is here to help you manage the increase in prostate MRI workload and streamline the radiology workflow. 

1 Taneja, S. S. et al. MRI-Targeted or Standard Biopsy for Prostate-Cancer Diagnosis. N. Engl. J. Med. 378, 1767–1777 (2018).
2 Ahmed, H. U. et al. Diagnostic accuracy of multi-parametric MRI and TRUS biopsy in prostate cancer (PROMIS): a paired validating confirmatory study. Lancet 389, 815–822.
3 Andrew B. Rosenkrantz, M. et al. ACR - Prostate MRI Model Policy. Available at: https://www.acr.org/-/media/ACR/Files/Advocacy/AIA/Prostate-MRI-Model-Policy72219.pdf. (Accessed: 7th May 2020)
4 Mottet, N. et al. European Association of Urology - Prostate Cancer. 2020 Available at: https://uroweb.org/guideline/prostate-cancer/. (Accessed: 7th May 2020)

Curious to learn more about Quantib® Prostate? 

The current prostate MRI reading workflow is lengthy, labor intensive and requires substantial practice to master.

Schematic representation of prostate cancer radiology pathway

What if you could have...

One solution,
one workflow

No more switching between PACS, PSA density calculation feature and PI-RADS support; Quantib® Prostate offers one workflow including all essential prostate MRI reading features.

AI-based support for
lesion assessment

Semi-automated combination of bi-parametric data supports ROI determination and enables prostate lesion evaluation. AI-bolstered segmentation allows for easy and fast determination of lesion volume.


After prostate MRI assessment, a customized report is created including PSA density, quantified volumes, PI-RADS v.2.1 scoring and key images of suspicious regions. 

Product overview

Quantib® Prostate

The artificial intelligence-based software, Quantib® Prostate, provides a workflow for detection of abnormalities on MRI prostate scans. 

Key features include
  • AI-driven prostate volume measurements
  • Integrated PSA density calculation
  • Fast, AI-supported ROI segmentation of suspicious areas
  • Visual PI-RADS v.2.1 scoring support
  • Export of prostate gland segmentation, ROIs and standardized report to PACS
  • A structured report including key images and visual representation of PI-RADS v.2.1 results

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prostate radiology software Quantib Prostate user interface on desktop monitor showing PIRADS scoring

I have a question

Are you interested in Quantib® Prostate or are you looking for additional information? Contact Quantib to get in touch with one of our Application Specialists. 

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prostate radiology software Quantib Prostate user interface on desktop monitor showing ROI segmentation

Quantib® Prostate is currently 510(k) cleared by the FDA for distribution in the US. This product is has not been proven to conform to all requirements of the European Medical Device Regulations (2017/745). Not commercially available in the EU and other countries. 



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