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Intelligent, context driven assistance systems guide users in a standardized way through the reading process and generate all relevant information on patient and disease. The result: radiologists take more and more center stage within the treatment decision-making process and they provide complete, uniform, and structured…

Screenshot of new standardized red profiles for HCC

HCC Profiles

Hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) requires thorough evaluation of the tumor stage to ensure precise prognosis and clear treatment recommendations, including consideration of liver transplantation. To achieve this goal, patient assessment must be based on both radiological and clinical parameters. The new HCC staging support in mint…

mint Lesion training in multimedia classroom

ECR 2015

Due to its remarkable success at ECR 2014, the Multimedia Classroom has taken place again at ECR 2015. In this classroom, participants had the chance to solve cases on workstations supplied by several different companies, including Mint Medical. The aim was to provide hands-on direct…

PI-RADS

mint Lesion™ 3.0 includes new dedicated reading procedure for the assessment of images obtained using multi-parametric MRI including T2 weighted images, DCE, and DWI (ADC, b-value). By means of stadardized graphical prostata schemes and integrated help with representative images for different scorings, you can easily...
texture analysis graph

Texture Analysis

With mint Lesion™ 3.0, a new way to characterize lesions by their texture is introduced. Users are not only able to assess the density and histograms of a lesion, but also have mathematical and statistical models provided to determine changes in texture of lesions throughout...

Multiparametric Imaging

  Multiparametric Imaging Functional imaging is emerging as a valuable tool for the diagnosis of oncologic disease and the assessment of response to treatment. However, it also contributes to the complexity of read procedures and can be very time consuming. New functionality in mint Lesion™...

Context Driven Read Workflows

  mint Lesion™ 3.0 - Benefit from Context Driven Read Workflows With the new mint Lesion™ 3.0, we created a simplified and uniform user interface that focuses on the particular context of your current case and gently offers guidance according to the corresponding screening, staging,...

mint Lesion™ in SLK-Clinics Heilbronn

Oncological Therapy Response Assessment at SLK-Clinics Heilbronn: Efficient and Structured Assessements in Daily Routine The SLK-Clinics Heilbronn, a clinic group with about 1,500 beds, are one of the biggest healthcare providers in the region Heilbronn-Franken. The clinic "Diagnostic radiology, minimally-invasive therapies and nuclear medicine" takes...

TNM: Structured Read Procedures for TNM Tumor Staging

  Structured Read Procedures for TNM Tumor Staging The TNM classification for malignancies is the most common approach to document the stage of a cancer disease. TNM staging is basis for planing of therapies, prediction of patient's outcome, identification of appropriate clinical trials, and exchange...

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May 2015 mint Lesion™ 3.0 – Your context driven assistance system March 2015 Integration of PI-RADS Classification Multimedia Classroom at ECR 2015 November 2014 mint Lesion™ 3.0 – Benefit from Context Driven Read Workflows Multiparametric Imaging Texture Analysis New Standardized Read Profiles for HCC May…