Medis Suite MR | Features

Cardiac function

Gain valuable insights into the heart’s function through comprehensive assessment of its systolic functions, based on volumetric measurements. Dive deeper into cardiac function by analyzing global deformation, regional wall displacement, and intraventricular pressure gradients of the left ventricle, enabling a thorough evaluation of cardiac health.

LV/RV Function

Effortlessly assess left and right ventricular function and mass using AI-generated contours from SAX or LAX images. Customize your analysis by choosing to include or exclude papillary muscles and trabeculae, and compare results against established normal values. Additionally, obtain regional insights for a comprehensive assessment.

LV Strain

Analyze left ventricular strain in longitudinal, circumferential, and radial directions using feature tracking, accessible via long axis planes or short axis slices. Obtain global strain values for an overall assessment and regional values to identify focal or global abnormalities.

RV Strain

Obtain longitudinal strain values of the right ventricle from the 4-chamber view, allowing for a comprehensive assessment of global function and regional variations. Differentiate between septal and free wall values to aid in differential diagnosis and disease progression monitoring.

Atrial Strain

Measure longitudinal strain in both atria using regular cine images. This allows for global assessment as well as differentiation between left, right, and roof regions for detailed diagnosis and disease progression evaluation.

Inward Displacement

Assess regional left ventricular function in a new way by combining feature tracking and centerline models. Inward displacement reflects inward motion and contractility, aiding in diagnosing focal diseases like amyloidosis and defininig myocardial infarction locations.

Hemodynamic Forces

The analysis of intracardiac hemodynamic forces (HDF), which corresponds to the global value of Intraventricular Pressure Gradients(IVPGs) integrated over the ventricular volume, offers a rigorous method to explore IVPGs and blood flow within LV. These IVPGs play an important role in ventricular filling in the normal heart and may be abolished by systolic or diastolic dysfunction. As flow-mediated forces act on tissue, they influence the ventricular remodeling.

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