Display of the decay curve fit with standard deviations for data quality check
Various curve fitting algorithms
Custom setting of error tolerance and coefficient of determination
Correction for background noise by curve truncation or baseline subtraction
Optional map output as greyscale DICOM Image
Report of absolute iron quantification
Assessment of global and regional T2 times
Various fitting options
T2 map generation
Analysis of inline or cvi42 generated maps
Customizable colour look-up table
For 1.5 T systems the absolute iron quantification along with the T2* measurement will be reported.
New 3 parameter offset fit has been added to the fit correction methods to account for noise and artifacts (SI = P0 x e-TE/T2* +C ).
In addition to the greyscale map, cvi42® now generates parametric images for the R2 value (combined into one series)
When iron overload is present, the heart is the most vulnerable organ and must be closely monitored. T2* analysis, completed in just a minute, is the most patient friendly diagnostic modality due to it's non-invasive and non-ionizing nature.
T2* mapping visualizes hemorrhage, which is a harmful prognostic factor