Free brain MRI quantification
ESNR members can upload their brain MRI datasets and get a free quantitative analysis on:
MSmetrix is CE labeled software that gives ESNR members free access to reliable measurements on the two main manifestations of MS in the brain. In an online report, the patient’s brain volume and lesion load are summarized and compared to the values of a healthy population. MSmetrix is offered as a service and makes use of a secure online platform where you can upload your MRI images and download the reports.
1 Go to https://msmetrix.icometrix.com
2 Click on the tab Create Account
3 Fill in the required fields
4 Use the ESNR member code as follows:
How do you plan to use msmetrix? #ESNR-2016
After you verified your email address, Icometrix will process your account request and grant access.
Once you received access, you can start uploading scans! This is done by dragging and dropping a .zip-file that contains a 3D T1 and a 3D FLAIR sequence of the same scan session of the same patient.
For more info or to integrate MSmetrix with your hospital system (PACS), contact:
PML detection and differentiation from residual MS activity
Recent advances in MS treatment have been successful in suppressing the immune system to reduce MS activity, but unfortunately also carry an increased risk of PML
Given the difficulties around PML detection and differentiation from residual MS activity, we have developed an educational website
We hope you will find this resource useful and recommend it to your colleagues (Japanese and Chinese translations available)
A login can be created by clicking on the upper right hand corner!
Any feedback to improve the content would be appreciated
Kind regards on behalf of Mike Wattjes
Founded by Steve Baker and Marco Essig, RadiologyProtocols.com is a user driven website dedicated to the advancement of imaging techniques. Offering imaging protocols and the tools to implement them effectively is our daily goal. A corporate philosophy of collaboration was formed over a decade ago when the founders collaborated closely over a six-month period at The University of Iowa.