CT Organ-at-Risk (OAR) Contouring
RTx enhances manual effort of delineating and contouring OARs
Automation Powered Workflows
RTx comes with unique tools to add efficiency and time saving, All within the current workflow setup
Registration, Visualization & Editing
RTx’s visualization, registration and editing solutions for image-based workflows and OAR target contouring
Adaptive to 4D Data Workflows
RTx powered workflows include multi-fusion contouring and 4D data support to dose deformation & summation
FLEXIBLE AND CONFIGURABLE SOLUTIONS
We offer flexible and highly configurable software with various licensing and deployment options. Mirada Medical products can integrate seamlessly with your PACs, load images from any scanner, and can be deployed as standalone workstation and thin client solution for remote reporting.
ALIGN ANATOMICAL, FUNCTIONAL AND 4D IMAGING
Image Registration with RTx
RTx is a trusted, accurate and comprehensive image registration and visualization software package for radiotherapy professionals. RTx provides advanced workflows for radiotherapy experts looking for all the benefits of a robust image registration workflow solution without being tied to a costly TPS.
Mirada’s registration algorithm is unique and efficient as workflows can be tailored to hospital preferences.
TRUSTED, COMPREHENSIVE, IMAGE REGISTRATION AND VISUALIZATION SOFTWARE
Features include :
Supporting image modalities such as CT, multi-sequence MR, PET and SPECT
Rigid and modality-specific deformable image registration (DIR)
Semi-automatic and manual multi-modality contouring of OAR and target volume
Adaptive recontouring, dose warping and summation
Internal tumour volume auto-contouring based on 4D dataset
Stereotactic Radiotherapy (SABR, SRS, SBRT) and proton therapy
The collaboration between UMC Groningen and Mirada Medical has produced autocontouring models that encode according to consensus guidelines, established by an international panel of experts for organs at risk. These DLCExpert models are now deployed in our routine clinical workflows, forming a key part of our treatment planning for all patients with cancers in the head and neck or prostate regions and helping deliver improved outcomes.
University Medical Center Groningen (UMCG)