See you at RSNA 2021 in Chicago
RadioReport® brings radiology reporting for all CT and MRI indications into the digital age. We are proud to have the opportunity to exhibit RadioReport® at the RSNA 2021. We will also be hosting live presentations and product walkthroughs at live.radioreport.com for a limited time. Don’t miss out – see you there from
The head MRI guided-reporting module helps you create precise and standardized radiology reports for a wide range of head-related imaging findings. The module focuses on neurological conditions of the brain such as cerebrovascular disorders, demyelinating diseases, neurodegenerative changes, infectious diseases, and intracranial space-occupying lesions.
Radiology Reporting Academy
What defines a good radiology report, how must it be structured, what information should it contain?
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Focus: Chest MRI Module
Chest MRI was considered an infrequent radiological examination, but it is becoming a valuable routine diagnostic tool without exposure to radiation. This module helps you create accurate, standardized, and concise radiology reports for several chest-related indications.
Focus: Pelvis MRI Module
This module covers the full spectrum of pelvis-MRI imaging findings. It provides high-quality, effective, and standardized radiology reports for several pelvis-related clinical indications.
Focus: MR Angiography
The MR angiography module covers the full spectrum of MR angiography imaging findings. It helps you create accurate, standardized, and concise radiology reports for several vascular-related disorders.
Diagnostic breast cancer workup relies on several imaging modalities, including mammography, breast ultrasonography, and breast MRI. The new RadioReport® Breast Module integrates images from all modalities in the reporting process, supporting you at the highest professional level.
Thorax CT Module
The first module in computed tomography available for immediate release is the Thorax CT Module. The module fully reflects changes in cases of
Spine MRI module
The Spine MRI Module released today is the latest member of the MRI module family. This is one of the most common clinical studies and accounts for around 20% of routine diagnostic MRI.
RadioReport® has been successfully certified as a Class I medical device under Directive 93/42/EEC.