In the past years, different research projects have been conducted in an effort to find a more efficient and accurate way of carrying out the clinical pathway for prostate cancer (PCa) diagnosis.
In our commitment to improved patient care, we believe in the importance of doing research that extends beyond the uses-cases we have traditionally focused on commercially.
Quantib has developed software that automatically segments subcutaneous fat, visceral fat, psoas muscle, abdominal muscle, and long spine muscles from CT scans at the level of L3. Such analysis of a patient’s body composition can be used in various clinical applications.
For certain clinical research projects, Quantib is willing to provide access to our medical image analysis software for prostate and neurodegenerative diseases. Do you have a specific project in mind? Feel free to reach out to our clinical science team.
B-Q MINDED is a collaboration of strong industry partners and hospitals, which aims to develop faster Quantitative Magnetic Resonance Imaging (Q-MRI) technology and accelerating it for use in routine clinical practice.
The ID-PROSTATE Project focuses on the further improvement and acceleration of Quantib's AI-enhanced integrated diagnostic solution for the detection of potential tumors and workflow optimization involving urologists, radiologists and pathologists.
To further improve the performance of our medical image analysis software, Quantib® ND and Quantib® Prostate we are actively gathering and processing customer feedback.
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