Precision health for better decisions

Improved Patient Management

The rising burden of liver diseases calls for simpler and lower risk strategies for managing these disorders that meet the needs of clinicians and patients. As a silent disease, early identification and diagnosis is key. By providing objective results we give you better insights into your patients' health, enabling you to make more informed decisions.

Better decision, better care

In one quick, non-invasive scan, you get a suite of metrics relating to your patient's liver or biliary system. These results are accurate, repeatable and robust, empowering you to make the best decisions for your patient.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Take a look at our answers to some frequently asked questions about our clinical tests.

What will LiverMultiScan be useful for?

LiverMultiScan can be used as a diagnostic aid for the evaluation of liver tissue health in various liver disorders characterized by accumulation of fat (e.g. NAFLD), iron overload (hemochromatosis), fibrosis or inflammation (e.g. auto-immune hepatitis, NASH) in the liver.

How long is the scan and is it longer than a normal MRE or MRI-PDFF?

LiverMultiScan includes three measures— liver fat (PDFF), iron (T2*) and fibro-inflammation (cT1). The total acquisition time in the MRI scanner is less than 4 minutes and the entire procedure (including patient preparation time) lasts up to 15 minutes. LiverMultiScan is not substantially longer than a normal MRE or MRI-PDFF examination which unlike LiverMultiScan, provides information for only one metric.

Do you scan just the liver or also other parts of the abdomen?

The procedure requires the abdomen to be scanned to ensure complete coverage of the liver. Technicians will focus the field of view on the area to be scanned and some of the tissue surrounding the liver may also be acquired in the scan. Although surrounding tissue will be imaged, metrics will only be quantified from the liver.

Have more questions?

Connect with us today by calling our office at 1.972.803.5501 or emailing our clinical outreach team:
Madison Wagner, 
Clinical Solutions Specialist: Madison.Wagner@perspectum.com 
Prof. Carlos Duncker MD, PhD, Medical Science Liaison: Carlos.Duncker@perspectum.com