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mint Lesion TM for Imaging Biomarker Research
PET colored scan in mint Lesion

Novel methods and tools to assess the characteristics of radiological images can improve a patient’s diagnosis and prediction of the treatment outcome. The work to be done in imaging biomarker research relies upon the qualification and validation of a biomarker. Custom-tailored study protocols and a rigorous and objective assessment of the image data is integrated directly into the actual image analysis platform.


mint Lesion™ models the entire workflow and all related tasks of your imaging research work including: a documented image quality assessment, reproducible documented assessments, and the data management for patient cohorts.

Exemplary use case for texture analysis in research

With mint Lesion™, your 2D ROI and 3D volume measurements are complemented with further information with respect to the lesion texture. A comprehensive texture analysis module derives quantitative parameters (e.g. skewness, kurtosis, and further parameters) and histogram plots, both for individual time-points and to show development over time.

comparison of follow-up assessments in RECIST report
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With a simple key-stroke,
you can perform queries
and data export
from individuals
and entire patient cohorts




Data consistency and completeness
is inherently facilitated by configurable

edit checks and automated

compliance checks.

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Create your own study protocols
and apply it also retrospectively
for already assessed image scans.




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involved in your research project:
Users can get started with mint Lesion
easily with a cloud-based installation.




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Seamless integration with your IT‑infrastructure

Start mint Lesion™ directly from your RIS / PACS while preserving the working context. Relevant image data is automatically synchronized with your PACS and results can be integrated into your RIS report.


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