How We Aid Doctors in the Diagnosis of Liver Disease
- April 15, 2020
Perspectum delivers cutting-edge digital technologies that help clinicians provide better care for patients with liver diseases. With a strong focus on conditions that affect the liver, our vision is to empower patients and clinicians — through quantitative imaging metrics that provide greater insight on liver health and disease — enabling early detection, diagnosis, and targeted treatment.
We’ve created LiverMultiScan to combat the rising burden of liver disease.
LiverMultiScan is one of our cutting-edge, non-invasive diagnostic technologies for liver disease. LiverMultiScan uses multiparametric MRI to quantify and characterize liver tissue, enabling better-informed diagnosis and treatment management plans.
In a single, non-invasive MRI examination, LiverMultiScan characterizes liver tissue by providing three key metrics — PDFF, T2*, and cT1. These have been shown by liver biopsy to correlate with liver fat, iron content, and fibro-inflammation, respectively.
Identifying high-risk patients is vital in determining the care and type of treatment they need. The measure for fibro-inflammation, cT1, has been shown to predict clinical outcomes. Studies show that patients with high cT1 face an increased risk of liver-related events (e.g., liver cancer, ascites, encephalopathy). LiverMultiScan provides additional insight that is important for clinical decision making.
Clinicians will receive comprehensive, rich visual reports that include these quantitative metrics to support the diagnosis of liver disorders as inputs forming part of a broader diagnostic process.
To learn more about LiverMultiScan, download our one-pager today and learn:
- How LiverMultiScan characterizes liver tissue
- How LiverMultiScan can be incorporated into the NASH clinical workflow
Interested in using our technology? Call our office at 1.972.803.5501 or email our clinical outreach team:
Madison Wagner, Clinical Solutions Specialist
Prof. Carlos Duncker MD, PhD, Medical Science Liaison