Seamless integration of brain volume quantification with a familiar user-interface  

Quantib™ Brain provides an FDA approved and CE marked solution for brain scan segmentation

In collaboration with GE Healthcare we developed Quantib™ Brain, an Advantage Workstation (Server) plug-in, offering automated brain structure quantification in a familiar software environment



Be able to share all your examination results instantly

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Atrophy quantification

Longitudinal comparison of quantified brain volumes, including White Matter, Grey Matter, ICV and CSF, allows for tracking of atrophy development, combined with the option of white matter hyperintensity segmentation and tracking. 

Brain Quantification

Normative reference curves for brain volumes

Comparison of patient examination results against the normative reference curves for brain volumes allows for accurate detection and staging of neurodegeneration.
Release of the next Quantib™ Brain version including normative brain volumes is expected in 2019. 

Are you a GE Advantage Workstation user and would you like more information on purchasing Quantib™ Brain? Please contact your GE Sales representative or get in touch with GE through their website


Quantib™ Brain is for sale for clinical use in the US, Europe and Canada through GE Healthcare. 

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QuantibTM Brain

QuantibTM Brain provides white matter hyperintensity and brain tissue quantification. It offers a tool to objectively assess brain changes in longitudinal exams in neurodegenerative disease.

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QuantibTM Brain Report

QuantibTM Brain allows you to download the examination results in a comprehensive report including self-selected cross-sections and personal comments.

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