syngo.via1 supports treatment decisions in oncology – from diagnosis to follow-up. Discover further application highlights from syngo.via’s oncology portfolio.
Highlights that support treatment decisions
Quantitative evaluation of dynamic CT data
syngo.CT Body Perfusion facilitates the detailed quantitative evaluation of perfusion disturbances and changes in organs and tumors during therapy. This is particularly helpful in the differential diagnosis and monitoring of tumors.
A comprehensive liver application
syngo.CT Liver Analysis provides you with preprocessed segmentation results. It offers intuitive workflow guidance for in-depth analysis of vascular supply areas of the liver, allowing a clear comparison of resected and residual liver volume.
Enabling new insights into disease progression
syngo.mMR General is designed for the professional visualization and quantitative analysis of MR-PET examinations. The application loads and structures examination results into meaningful layouts. It supports you with lesion detection, staging, and follow-up across multiple time points.
Harmonizing quantitative PET values across technologies
syngo.PET Segmentation with EQ.PET enables the comparison of longitudinal patient exams for determination of disease manifestation and change – independent of scanner vendor, model, or reconstruction algorithms.
Encouraging interdepartmental collaboration
syngo.PET&CT Therapy interface helps convert diagnostic PET and CT segmentations into Gross Tumor Volumes (GTV) and publishes them as DICOM RT Structure Sets for use in radiotherapy treatment planning. This helps simplify interdisciplinary collaboration.
High-quality 3D reading and viewing of images, even on the go2
syngo.via WebViewer3 enables fast and easy image access in time-critical situations or when on-call. It provides access to high-quality images for physicians outside Radiology. syngo.via WebViewer is also suitable for discussing results with patients.
syngo.via can be used as a standalone device or together with a variety of syngo.via-based software options, which are medical devices in their own right.
syngo.via VB10 and the syngo.via VB10 based software options are currently under development, and not for sale in the U.S., China and other countries. Due to regulatory reasons its future availability cannot be guaranteed. Please contact your local Siemens organization for further details.
Prerequisites include: wireless connection to clinical network, meeting recommended minimum hardware requirements, and adherence to local data security regulations.
The application syngo.via WebViewer is not intended for diagnostic viewing/reading on mobile devices in the US. Please ask your sales representative whether the product is available for your country. Diagnostic reading of images with a web browser requires a medical-grade monitor. For the iPhone and the iPad, country-specific laws may apply. Please refer to these laws before using for diagnostic reading/viewing.