Perspectum – LiverMultiScan®

Perspectum’s flagship product, LiverMultiScan®, is a scalable, patient-friendly, non-invasive imaging solution for characterizing liver tissue.

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LiverMultiScan® is accessed via our Quantitative Analysis Service Portal, using state-of-the-art methods, validation, quality control and expert analysis, allowing highly accurate liver fat (PDFF), correlates of iron (T2*) and fibro-inflammation (cT1) quantification.

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Quantitative, non-invasive MR analysis software for patients with liver disease which is standardized across field strengths and manufacturers. Uses parametric maps to provide measures of hepatic fat (PDFF), correlates of iron overload (T2*) and fibro-inflammatory disease (cT1).

Features

Quantitative, non-invasive MR analysis software
Quantitative, non-invasive MR analysis software for patients with liver disease which is standardized across field strengths and manufacturers.
parametric maps
Uses parametric maps to provide measures of hepatic fat, correlates of iron overload and fibro-inflammatory disease.
cT1, the measure of fibro-inflammation
cT1, the measure of fibro-inflammation, is a safe and reproducible metric that is able to stratify patients across the spectrum of liver disease, correlating well with histological markers of pathology.

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Details:

LiverMultiScan® is a diagnostic aid for liver disease that uses non-invasive multiparametric Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) to characterize liver tissue, providing very accurate metrics on liver fat content, fibroinflammation and correlates of iron.

LiverMultiScan® is FDA 510(k) cleared to aid clinicians in the diagnosis of liver disease and can be used as part of the diagnostic pathway for patients with NAFLD. LiverMultiScan® is standardized across manufacturers and field strengths and is delivered as a service, not requiring any additional hardware or software installation.

LiverMultiScan®  imaging protocols have been developed by world-class imaging scientists and clinicians, who have evaluated a broad range of imaging techniques for accuracy, reliability, patient comfort and speed, to create a comprehensive imaging package.