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Using mint Lesion™, I have observed a paradigm shift that is revolutionizing my approach to oncologic patients.
mint Lesion™ 3.0 allows for fast and adequate TNM staging and provides an excellent schematic overview of an individual patient’s disease for oncologists, surgeons, and the patients.
Accurate, reproducible, and standardized assessment of treatment response is of fundamental importance in oncology. A powerful yet easy to use and integrated software such as mint Lesion™ may be exactly what it takes to migrate such a capability from the world of clinical trials to everyday practice of Radiology and Oncology.
Good integration in the existing IT was important to us – appropriate interfaces to RIS and PACS were implemented quickly and professionally.
We professionalized our oncological assessment workflows by application of mint Lesion™.
The intuitive workflow is perfectly suited for the normal workflow of oncological radiological diagnosis. Even a relatively inexperienced user can get the hang of it quite quickly.
Mint Medical has designed an incredibly robust, comprehensive and easy to use software package that has revolutionized structured reporting in the assessment of treatment response in cancer patients. mint Lesion™ really is the best.
mint Lesion™ knows about the partially complex subtleties of assessment criteria, which makes the assessment of lesions a lot easier compared to conventional workstations.
mint Lesion™ offers an integrated solution that combines documented findings from the radiologist with structured reporting for other clinicians in a very intuitive way – this interplay is crucial to an efficient application in clinical routine.
Ensure compliance with
oncological screening, staging, and
response assessment guidelines.
Simplify and streamline your
read process and reduce open questions
with generated results.
Reproducibly document all
radiological reads; communicate and
archive your findings.
Benefit from context driven
read workflows skimming all relevant
information for a holistic report.
9. May 2018 – 12. May 2018
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