Determine the anatomy and dimensions of the mitral valve with this dedicated workflow.
After loading the data, you’re only one mouse click away from a clear view of the mitral valve in multiple viewing orientations. You will be able to trace and evaluate the annulus of the mitral valve, to get a clear view of the complex saddle shaped structure. Furthermore, the ED and ES phase are automatically determined.
Key Product Features:
- A clear view of the valve is provided after just one click
- Easily trace and evaluate the complex structure of the mitral valve
- Visualize the dynamic mitral valve, left ventricle and left atrium
- Assess the mitral apparatus and perform measurements
- Determine access route challenges
- Determine the optimal C-arm position with the simulated angio view
Import / Export
3mensio accepts DICOM CTA, US and XA files from various sources such as CD, DVD, USB or from a PACS connection. It’s also possible to import secondary captures from these various sources.
3mensio’s exporting possibilities include:
- The report can be exported as a DICOM or PDF file
- Screenshots can be exported as JPEG, BMP or TIFF file
- Export report and screenshots to PACS
- Export 3D movies as an AVI file
- Export CTA, US and XA files as DICOM files
3mensio is suitable for standalone use on off the shelf computers. PACS connection can be established easily.
Connecting 3mensio with PACS allows you to pull DICOM files from the PACS into the 3mensio software. After the analysis the DICOM files, including the report, will be pushed back into the PACS.
Command line interface
For integration with DICOM Viewers, 3mensio has a command line interface which is easy to use. Within the DICOM Viewer, code must be developed to call the analysis by issuing a command line. On request, Pie Medical Imaging will provide the information on the available command line strings and how to use them.
In the viewer, the user selects images to analyze with 3mensio. These images will be sent to 3mensio. Additional images can be added by the DICOM Viewer in a later stage.