Automated Volumetric Segmentation of Brain Structures
Brain structure volume and thickness measurements to quantify atrophy in patients with neurological diseases.
White Matter / Gray Matter
Module integrated into the most comprehensive clinical neuroimaging software suite on the market, BrainMagix.
Anonymized images sent to the cloud, for remote processing on cluster-computers.
Fusion of the results with images processed in other BrainMagix modules: fMRI, DTI, perfusion, PET scan, etc.
Display of the results in a state-of-the-art radiological viewer, with adjustable transparent fusion of the segmented structures on the anatomical scan, for validation.
Possibility to manually edit the segmentation, when necessary.
Comparison of the results with age-matched normative data.
User-friendly interface to FreeSurfer, the leading brain segmentation software program in the research community.
Surface- and volume-based streams, leading to optimal results within a clinically acceptable time (3 to 8 hours).
Longitudinal analysis pipeline, for follow-up measurements on the same subject.
Developed by Imagilys, a leading player in advanced brain imaging, biomarkers, and neurosurgical planning.
Partnership with FreeSurfer's developers: Nick Schmansky, CEO and Co-Founder of CorticoMetrics LLC, and Bruce Fischl, Director of the Computational Core and Professor of Radiology at the MGH/Harvard Medical School/MIT Athinoula A Martinos Center for Biomedical Imaging, and Co-Founder of CorticoMetrics LLC.
BrainMagix is a CE-marked software.
BrainMagix and SurferMagix have not been approved by the FDA, and their clinical use in the United States is not permitted.
Benefit from the most advanced brain imaging techniques.