Automatic contour registration
Simple copy and paste contours to all phases
Automatic calculation of relative upslope and many other parameters
Review rest and stress series simultaneously and save them as a movie
Enhanced Contour registration to correct for breathing motion
Easy copy and paste function of contours
Baseline correction methods
Automatic calculation of relative upslope and various other parameters
Upslope curves per myocardial segment and user defined ROI’s
Set transmural range for measurement of subendocardial and subepicardial perfusion curves
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