CAAS MR Flow (Magnetic Resonance Flow analysis) enables one-click quantification of major vessel blood flow from phase-contrast MR images.

Key Product Features

  • One click vessel border detection
  • Aliasing and misalignment correction
  • Gradient and phantom offset correction
  • Anatomical designations for direct calculation of clinical results

Key Results

  • Pulmonary shunt fraction
  • Regurgitation fraction
  • Blood flow
  • Mean, minimum and maximum velocity
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