Seamless integration of brain volume quantification 

Quantib® Brain is the FDA cleared and CE marked radiology software solution for brain scan segmentation.
In collaboration with GE Healthcare, we developed a machine learning application as an Advantage Workstation (Server) plug-in, offering automated brain structure quantification in a familiar software environment.

Product overview

Atrophy quantification


The radiology software's 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. 

Informative results table 


Quantib® Brain offers a table presenting a clear overview including volumes of grey matter, white matter, ICV, CSF and Total Brain Volume. Results supported with self-selected cross-sections can be exported to a comprehensive report.

Instant report


Share all examination results instantly.

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

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Quantib® Brain

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






The method behind the product

"Automatic Analysis of Brain Tissue and Structural Connectivity in MRI", PhD thesis of Renske de Boer, written at Erasmus University Rotterdam, describes the starting point of our Quantib® Brain and Quantib® ND products.

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