Join a Patient Registry

Date
October 13, 2020
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Would you, or someone you care about benefit from a free, state-of-the-art liver test?  

Perspectum is offering a free LiverMultiScan MRI for individuals in select cities. 

Why is it important to get your liver checked? 

Millions of people across the world are affected by a silent disease (Fatty Liver Disease) that is damaging their internal organs and often goes undetected until it is too late. If liver disease is not diagnosed and treated, it can eventually lead to liver failure and the need for a liver transplant. If liver disease is diagnosed early, it may be possible to halt or even reverse disease progression. 

What is a LiverMultiScan 

LiverMultiScan produces a report with measurements of your liver tissue health. This is done using a quick MRI scan that does not require any injections of contrast agents. This report includes a series of pictures and measurements which are linked to levels of fat, iron, inflammation and scarring (fibrosis). The results from LiverMultiScan will help your doctor determine the extent of liver damage and what type of treatment is best for you. 

Know Your Risk 

Qualifications 

Dallas- Fort Worth area: 18 years and older 

Sarasota, Florida: 18 years and older, and have type 2 diabetes 

List of Registries - Locations: 

  1. Multi-Parametric MRI Assessment of the Liver in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex Population 

Dallas- Fort Worth Metroplex: 

  • Touchstone Advanced Imaging - Downtown Dallas 
  • Touchstone Imaging – Southlake 
  1. Multi-Parametric MRI Assessment of the Liver in Diabetic Volunteers (Partners Registry) 

Sarasota, Florida: 

  • Partners Imaging Centers 

Register Today 

For Dallas: Call (972) 803 - 5501 or email DFWresearch@perspectum.com  

For Sarasota: Call (941) 951-2100 or email DiabetesResearch@perspectum.com

 

Chalasani N, Younossi Z, Lavine JE, et al. The diagnosis and management of nonalcoholic fatty liver disease: practice guidance from the American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases. Hepatology. 2018;67(1):328-357.