Stanford University’s 3D and Quantitative Imaging Laboratory will utilize the Aycan workstation from Rochester, N.Y.-based Aycan, with software from Imaging Biometrics to image brain tumors in patients and assess their response to treatment.
Among the Imaging Biometrics (IB) software the Stanford Lab will run on Aycan workstation is IB Rad Tech, designed to make the generation of IB’s sophisticated image maps, such as fractional tumor burden (FTB), easy and repeatable. Standardized FTB maps include exclusive image-intensity standardization technology, which enables quantitative and rapid longitudinal comparison on magnetic resonance imaging.
The Aycan workstation is an FDA 510(k) cleared, vendor-neutral advanced image-processing tool and DICOM PACS workstation for conventional, multislice, and other image reading. IB’s full suite of FDA-cleared software is available for the Aycan workstation, and includes IB Rad Tech, IB Neuro, IB DCE, IB Delta Suite, and IB Diffusion.