News / Spine MRI module
The Spine MRI Module released today is the latest member of the MRI module family. This examination is performed clinically very often and accounts for around 20% of routine diagnostic MRI. The module can be used for all areas of the spine, i.e., from C0 to the os sacrum including the ISG joints. As the first step in the guided reporting process, the examination area is narrowed down, and all further decisions then focus on the selected area.
Like all other modules of RadioReport®, the module is anatomically structured, i.e., the entire spectrum of diseases of the spine can be mapped and the reporting of almost all clinical examinations is possible.
The spectrum of pathologies that can be imaged includes:
Degenerative and inflammatory changes of the intervertebral discs and joints
Bony changes such as fractures, congenital and acquired variants, benign or malignant tumors
Diseases of the myelon and spinal canal
Inflammatory or degenerative changes in the ISG Paravertebral changes
As usual, the module impresses with its intuitive operation and a user-oriented state-of-the-art UX design.
New: Chest CT module
In addition to the entire spectrum of chest disorders, the module can also be used to fully present the changes demonstrated in patients with COVID-19 (SARS2) associated pneumonia.
New: Breast module
In reporting the module incorporates images from mammography as well as ultrasonography and MRI of the breast.
Quality up, workload down
RadioReport® offers various features that can be used to speed up reporting in a “controlled” manner, allowing flexible work tailored to the situation.