syngo.via

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syngo.via – Get the full picture.

Arthur Kaindl, CEO SYNGO, on syngo.via and the new VA20 version.

Cardiovascular imaging

Automated Bone Removal, Automated Vessel Segmentation and VesselSURF – see great syngo.via features for cardiovascular imaging in action.

syngo.via Routine Reading

Region Growing, Automated Spine Labeling and Anatomical Image Registration – explore these and other routine features in the new VA20 version of syngo.via.

syngo.via Dual Energy Reading

Gout assessment using Dual Energy CT and non-invasive localization of uric acid crystals – find out how the new syngo.via application for gout reading can help you overcome limitations of conventional diagnostic tests.

syngo.CT Neuro Perfusion
syngo.CT Neuro Perfusion

Visualizes blood perfusion in the brain. In the case of ischemic stroke, it can help estimate the size of the core infarct and the extent of tissue at risk of infarction (penumbra) that could potentially be salvaged with further treatment.

syngo.Breast Care Reading
syngo.Breast Care Reading

The standard client-server application for state-of-the-art mammography reading – marked by outstanding flexibility.

syngo.Breast Care Tomo
syngo.Breast Care Tomo

Empowers you to make the most out of tomosynthesis readings. It allows you to compare 2D and tomosynthesis4 images, configure layouts, and customize the workflow in line with your needs.

syngo.CT Bone Reading
syngo.CT Bone Reading

Provides specific visualization for diagnostic bone assessment in radiological CT datasets. The spine and ribs are displayed in one plane, while interactive functionality allows you to scroll and rotate images.

syngo.CT Cardiac Function Valve Pilot
syngo.CT Cardiac Function Valve Pilot

An extension of the CT Cardiac Function workflow step that assists in the evaluation of pre-procedural TAVI planning exams. It finds the annular plane and provides minimum, maximum, and effective diameters of the aortic annulus as the case is opened.

syngo.MI Hybrid Coronary View
syngo.MI Hybrid Coronary View

Enables interactive fused VRT display of PET or SPECT quantification results with CT coronary angiography. Quantification results can be selected as stress or rest perfusion, reversibility, stress or rest blood flow and coronary flow reserve.

syngo.MI Neuro DB Creation
syngo.MI Neuro DB Creation

Enables you to create and manage custom normal databases for any biomarker. Patients can be easily added to custom databases during the normal workflow.

syngo.MR Spectroscopy Research
syngo.MR Spectroscopy Research

Shows multi-nuclear option support, 31P muscle spectrum. It provides three possibilities for data export, and the tool tip indicates the availability of the raw data for export as rda-format.

syngo.MR Vascular Analysis
syngo.MR Vascular Analysis

Identifies and quantifies stenosis, aneurysm and peripheral vascular disease on MR images.

syngo.PET Dynamic Analysis
syngo.PET Dynamic Analysis

Graphs radiopharmaceutical uptake over time (time activity curve) via SUV-based quantification of volumetric regions of interest, using metrics such as volume, SUVmax, SUVpeak and SUVmean.

syngo.PET Extension Corridor4DM CFR
syngo.PET Extension Corridor4DM CFR

State-of-the-art software for the quantification, review and reporting of cardiac perfusion, function and anatomy.

syngo.SPECT Striatal Analysis
syngo.SPECT Striatal Analysis

Supports comprehensive striatal evaluations for the assessment of movement disorders, especially Parkinsons’s disease.

The syngo.via1 3D routine and advanced reading solution is efficient: by helping save valuable time, it allows physicians to focus on their core tasks.


It is flexible: modular licensing models are available, and users can customize applications and layouts. It makes workflows more flexible, too, by enabling physicians to view images on mobile devices2,3, and share them with colleagues.
 

And above all, it’s intelligent: it delivers powerful quantitative reading, and guides users through the entire workflow.

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1syngo.via can be used as a stand-alone device or together with a variety of syngo.via-based software options which are medical devices in their own right.

2Not for diagnostic use.

3Prerequisites include: Internet connection to clinical network, DICOM compliance, meeting of minimum hardware requirements, and adherence to local data security regulations.

4syngo.Breast Care is not yet commercially available in all countries. Due to regulatory reasons its future availability cannot be guaranteed. Please contact your local Siemens organization for further information.