The desire to standardize reporting and to get even more out of their oncological images led to ...
structured reports in radiology
Therapy Response Assessment
with RECIST 1.1
and many more
Select your job-to-be-done from already
implemented reading profiles
Create your own reading profile customized
for your specific job-to-be-done
Therapy Response Evaluation
- Colon / Rectum
- Stomach / Esophagus
- Head / Neck
- Prostate | PI-RADS
- Liver | LI-RADS
- RECIST 1.1
- RESIT 1.0
- mRECIST HCC
- mRECIST Mesothelioma
- RANO / RANO-BM
- RECIST 1.1 / iRECIST
- Customizable Profiles
Prof. Andrea LaghiSapienza University of Rome
Prof. Dr. Ulf TeichgräberUniversity Hospital Jena
Prof. Dr. Georg BongartzUniversity Hospital Basel
Accurate, reproducible, and standardized assessment of treatment response is of fundamental importance in oncology. A powerful yet easy to use and integrated software such as mint Lesion™ may be exactly what it takes to migrate such a capability from the world of clinical trials to everyday practice of Radiology and Oncology.Prof. Dr. Dominik FleischmannStanford University
PD Dr. Thorsten PersigehlUniversity Hospital Cologne
Dr. Remy GeenenNoordwest Ziekenhuisgroep Alkmaar
Prof. Dr. Daniel BollUniversity Hospital Basel
Prof. Dr. Philippe PereiraSLK Clinics Heilbronn
Dr. Laurent ChapuisClinique de la Source Lausanne
PD Dr. Felix NensaUniversity Hospital Essen
Prof. Dow-Mu KohThe Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust
Prof. Dr. Elmar KotterUniversity Hospital Freiburg
Prof. Dr. Daniele ReggeCandiolo Cancer Institute Turin
Ensure compliance with
oncological screening, staging, and
response assessment guidelines.
Simplify and streamline your
read process and reduce open questions
with generated results.
Reproducibly document all
radiological reads; communicate and
archive your findings.
Benefit from context driven
read workflows skimming all relevant
information for a holistic report.
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