PAIRE: an artificial intelligence solution for the detection and segmentation of lesions on PET scans in order to extract the characteristics usually reported in the reports. PAIRE acts as a safety net in the interpretation of PET scans and provides access to new clinical indicators such as TMTV.
A MIP (Maximum Intensity Projection) which is a 2D projection of the PET series in 3D with the lesions highlighted
Evaluation du niveau de malignité de chaque lésionUne série de TEP ne présentant que les lésions pathologiques Assessment of the level of malignancy of each lesionA series of PET scans showing only pathological lesions
A series containing the key images (coronal, sagittal and axial fusion, as well as coronal PET) of each detected lesion
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- Fully automatic segmentation of diffuse large B cell lymphoma lesions on 3D FDG-PET/CT for total metabolic tumour volume prediction using a convolutional neural network. EJNMMI 2021 DOI: 10.1007/s00259-020-05080-7
- Prognostic value of anthropometric measures extracted from whole body CT using deep learning in patients with non-small cell lung cancer. European Radiology 2020 DOI: 10.1007/s00259-020-05080-7
- Automatic lesion detection and segmentation of 18f-FET PET in gliomas: A full 3d U-Net convolutional neural network study. JNM 2018 DOI: 10.1007/s00259-020-05080-7
As a leader in the field of artificial intelligence applied to nuclear medicine, PAIRE implements a local server capable of assisting you in the interpretation of your FDG PET scans to increase awareness of abnormalities, estimate metabolic volumes and much more. Data is not stored or sent to remote servers, so you remain in control.
The PaIRe medical device is a regulated health product that bears the CE mark, Class I. Manufacturer: IB PaIRe.PaIRe is a diagnostic tool and cannot be used alone to recommend medical management for diagnostic purposes. Please read the instructions in the user manual carefully. Please contact [email protected] for more information. Last update :15/03/2022