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mint Lesion™ in Hospital Group Gesundheit Nord

Hospital Group Bremen decided on mint Lesion™ for standardization of radiological diagnosis reports “I look forward to be able to use mint Lesion™ for standardizing our oncological diagnoses – especially in the context of the tumor boards – and hope to create a more valid…

mint Lesion™ at Stanford

mint Lesion™ at Stanford School of Medicine Prof. Dominik Fleischmann, Clinical Director of the 3D and Quantitative Imaging Laboratory (3DQ Laboratory) at Stanford University, and his team benefit from quality in quantitative imaging provided by mint Lesion™. “Accurate, reproducible, and standardized assessment of treatment response…

mint Lesion™ in UMC Freiburg

Seamless integration of mint Lesion™ into the radiological IT infrastructure at the University Clinic Freiburg The University Clinic decided on mint Lesion™ for the oncologic therapy evaluation. As workflow solution, mint Lesion™ contributes to a consistent diagnosis and comprehensive documentation for the interdisciplinary therapy setting….

Training program

mint Lesion™ users become proficient with response evaluation criteria in oncological radiology   Structured, guideline-based reporting contributes to quality assurance by standardization and harmonization, and it improves the communication of the results. But even though it ensures objective and reproducible results, standardized therapy monitoring brings…

mint Lesion™ in UH Cologne

University Hospital Cologne benefits from a seamless integration of mint Lesion™ into its IT infrastructure   Users in Cologne enjoy the benefits of a deep integration of mint Lesion™ into the existing RIS/PACS environment, which has been implemented in collaboration with Agfa HealthCare Germany. mint…

mint Lesion™ in KSA

Quality is not a coincidence: Canton Hospital Aarau opts for mint Lesion™ to monitor the therapy success of its routine cancer patients   After go-live of mint Lesion™ in January 2013 which included an in-house training of about 20 users, the switch from a manual…

Simplicity and Effectiveness

Simplicity and Effectiveness in oncological therapy assessment   Considering modern therapies and increasingly multi-modal therapy approaches, new challenges and opportunities arise for oncological therapy and radiological image-based diagnosis. “The clinicians’ call for assessment criteria that document the response and the progression of lesions in a…

TNM classification

mint Lesion™: Dedicated workflows for TNM classification of malignant tumors TNM is the most widely applied classification to describe the extent of cancer spread. Staging is also a main aspect of all requirements defined by the German Cancer Foundation. In cancer disease, such as lung…

mint Lesion™ in UKM

University Hospital Muenster counts on mint Lesion™ for standardized assessments in oncological radiology „With new therapy methods and personalized diagnosis approaches, the oncology is currently undergoing change and development. Radiology contributes with sensitive information to the assessment of the effectiveness of a cancer therapy“, said…

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2011 November mint Lesion™ technology receives FDA 510(k) clearance and is now widely available to the North American market mint Lesion™ 1.8 Announcement: Dedicated workflows to manage lymphoma patients in trials and clinical routine University Hospital Basel, Switzerland, adopts mint Lesion™ in oncological radiology October…