Mint Medical announces mint Lesion 3.5

Structured Reporting in Radiology can set a new bar in quality, completeness, and visual appeal of radiological reports. With structured reporting, you also have a rich data source for research, Artificial Intelligence learning, and evidence-based clinical decision support.   Traditionally, there is a separation of…

AI-powered quantification of bone metastasis in prostate cancer

Prostate cancer is the second most common cancer among men, and there are now effective treatments for the disease. New therapies available on the market for treating prostate-cancer metastasis can improve symptoms and prolong life. However, these drugs are often cost-prohibitive.  Hence, in order to…

Radiomics – the next era of possibilities in Precision Medicine

Traditionally medical image analysis has been done through visual interpretation of static images. In the past decade, with the advent of sophisticated measurement tools, it has become possible to convert simple digital images into data mines which contain first, second and higher-order statistics. When administered…

Radiologist’s AI-powered workflow

We all have been exposed to the riveting news of artificial intelligence tools taking over diagnostic imaging. Due to the rapid increase in global drivers such as aging population, new government initiatives and growing imaging technology, there is a pressing need to address the increased…

Seamless integration of mint Lesion and AGFA ORBIS RIS

At this year’s Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) Annual Meeting 2018, Agfa HealthCare and Mint Medical will announce a seamless integration of ORBIS RIS and mint Lesion™ – a platform for structured image-based reporting. This integration is a major improvement of the interaction of…

Mint PI-RADS v2 report as standard for communication with urologists

Since the beginning of 2017, all PI-RADS v2 reads are exclusively performed with mint Lesion by PD Dr. Matthias Röthke, Chief Medical Officer at Conradia in Hamburg (see exemplary Mint report here). In this interview he outlines the challenges of prostate cancer assessment and how Mint…

Pancreas staging in clinical routine at University Hospital Innsbruck

The University Hospital in Innsbruck, Austria, has been using mint Lesion since mid-2015 with the initial focus on clinical trials in order to guarantee the conformity with the guidelines defined in the trial protocol, especially with regards to the requested criteria like RECIST 1.1. With…

Mint’s US growth continues – Ms. Andjela Azabagic joins Mint Medical

Mint Medical is further boosting the US business and announces the addition of Andjela Azabagic, as Vice President Business Development, to the US team. Andjela is an experienced business and marketing professional with background in growing domestic and international business and product strategy in the...