Elevate your ability to quickly diagnose and closely monitor neurodegenerative brain disorders with reliable automated tools.

Identify Evidence of Neurodegeneration

Three convenient locations: Turkey Lake Orlando, Maitland, and Lady Lake

Whether it’s a neurodegenerative disease or a curable mimic, NeuroQuant provides objective support for your clinical impression.

Achieve More Accurate Predictive Prognosis for Your Patients

With NeuroQuant, common statements like “mild involutional changes” and “age-appropriate atrophy” can be explored more thoroughly and objectively to help you predict your patients’ clinical course.

Perform Ongoing Evaluation

Longitudinally track the rate of neurodegeneration in patients with atrophy due to Alzheimer’s frontotemporal dementia, corticobasal depression, epilepsy, multiple sclerosis or traumatic brain injury.

Streamline Your Review

Get color-coded brain segmentations and all studies perfectly aligned to one another — regardless of patient positioning. This enables efficient inspection on a PACS or other DICOM viewer and allows optimal assessment of hemispheric asymmetry or changes across time. Highlight coronal, sagittal and axial findings using NeuroQuant reports that provide example images back to the referring physician.

NeuroQuant® provides fast and reliable quantitative brain image analysis.

As the leading FDA-cleared and CE Mark quantitative brain image analysis software. NeuroQuant is an MRI measurement. It provides volumetric information of subcortical brain structures, bringing powerful, accurate, and fully automated MRI post-processing capabilities to your desktop.

How Does NeuroQuant Work?

As input, NeuroQuant takes a high-resolution 3D T1- weighted sagittal, non-contrast-enhanced MRI scan from a disk or one that is auto-routed from a scanner or PACS server. After adjusting for distortions and aligning the brain to atlas, NeuroQuant identifies and segments multiple brain structures. It then measures their volumes and compares the volumes to a normative database
adjusted for age, sex, and cranial volume.

Atrophy, Quantified, Interpretation, Simplified.

In minutes, with no user intervention, NeuroQuant returns a new, full-volume, spatial-corrected, and automatically labeled data set, along with printable patient reports. These reports contain absolute and relative volumes of the hippocampus, temporal horn, and other structures in a DICOM compiled format.

Your Ally for Comprehensive Analysis

NeuroQuant® is a powerful tool for evaluating patients from ages 18 to 95, providing critical information for the assessment of neurological conditions and neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s disease, epilepsy, traumatic brain injury, MS, and more. With NeuroQuant, you can improve your assessment of neurodegeneration in its earliest stages and identify cases where a more thorough workup for curable etiologies might be appropriate.

Works the Way You Do

Incorporate fast and consistent quantitative MRI measurement into your existing workflow — a powerful asset from earlier diagnosis to longitudinal tracking in your clinical routine.

Automates Your Analysis

NeuroQuant automatically segments and measures volumes of the hippocampus, ventricles and other brain structures and has also proven to be consistent with segmentation performed by expert neuroanatomists.

Get it Right the First Time

NeuroQuant corrects image artifacts including gradient nonlinearities and 1 RF field inhomogeneities, while also accommodating for scan alignment issues.

Available Anytime, Anywhere

Web-based system means you can log on anytime from virtually anywhere, and support is always a call or click away.

Priced to Perform

Volumetric analysis and reporting are made convenient and cost-effective with a price-per-scan pay plan.

Complete Reporting for Complete Insight

Get precise volumetric brain data in just minutes to help with clinical assessment, monitoring of disease progression, and evaluation of treatment effectiveness.


Age-Related Atrophy:
Absolute and relative volumes of the hippocampus and inferior lateral ventricles.

General Morphometry:
Absolute and relative volumes for 11 different structures of the right and left side of brain structure.

Hippocampal Volume Asymmetry:
Absolute and relative volumes of the left and right hippocampus on age and gender-matched reference charts.

Color-Coded Brain Segmentation:
A 3D MR series enabling closer inspection on a PACS or other DICOM viewer.

Coronal Loop:
Video illustrates a color-coded, segmented brain.

Longitudinal Studies:
Assess the same patient at multiple scan intervals to examine regional atrophy over time.

Breast MRI

Cross-sectional MRI view of the breasts

Breast MRI uses Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) to look specifically at the breast.

It is a non-invasive procedure that doctors can use to determine what the inside of the breast looks like without having to do surgery or flatten the breast (as in a mammogram).

Each exam produces hundreds of images of the breast, cross-sectional in all three directions (side-to-side, top-to-bottom, front-to-back), which are then read by a radiologist. No radiation is involved, and the technique is believed to have no health hazards in general.

The hope is that such non-invasive studies will contribute to our progress in learning how to predict the behavior of tumors and in selecting proper treatments. Breast MRI is an evolving technology and should not replace standard screening and diagnostic procedures (clinical and self exams, mammogram, fine needle aspiration or biopsy). This procedure can be helpful for getting a second opinion, or another look at the breast.

Magnetic Resonance Angiography (MRA)

An MRA image of the kidneys

An MRA is a minimally invasive test that helps physicians diagnose and treat various medical conditions.

It can help detect aneurysms of the brain and major arteries, or narrowing of the blood vessels (stenosis). MRA does not use ionizing radiation (x-rays), and may be performed with or without contrast material. If needed, the contrast material is usually injected using a vein in the arm.

A computer then processes the signals and generates a series of images each of which shows a thin slice of the body. The images can then be studied from different angles by the interpreting radiologist. Overall, the differentiation of abnormal (diseased) tissue from normal tissues is often better with MRI than with other imaging modalities such as x-ray, CT and ultrasound.

When a contrast material is introduced to the bloodstream during the procedure, it clearly defines the blood vessels being examined by making them appear bright white. To learn more about MR Angiography, you can visit Radiology Info.

MRAs Offered at Our Facilities:

  • MRA Brain
  • MRA Neck (Carotid)
  • MRA Chest (Thoracic Aorta)
  • MRA Abdomen (Abdominal Aorta)
  • Renal
  • Extremity Runoff
  • Chest Pulmonary Veins Left Atrium and Esophagus