Medical Image De‑identification and Coding
De-identified and coded medical images that meet the guidelines set by the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPPA) with respect to protected health information (PHI) can be provided promptly to research teams for a variety of job sizes ranging from small jobs (10 exams or fewer) to large batches (greater than 10 exams) using the highest tested and reviewed quality standards.
Tumor Response Assessment
Response evaluation criteria in solid tumors (e.g. RECIST) measurements can be performed using state-of-the-art software to provide timely and accurate tumor response assessment measurements.
Interpretation service for research purposes can be provided at a competitive cost and with exceptional report quality and timely turn-around times.
Examples of services provided:
- Over-reads for incidental findings on MRI and CT images obtained for research purposes
- Application of disease-specific image scoring systems
4D flow MRI gathers velocity information from each point within a 3D volume at multiple timepoints. Navigating this rich dataset to obtain specific 3D visualizations (streamlines, particle traces, etc.) and to obtain numerical analysis (flow volume, velocity, wall shear stress, etc.) can be complicated. MIRS-IA has the expertise to provide both high-volume standardized analysis of large datasets using well-defined production workflows, as well as customized smaller boutique analyses that may require more hands-on consultation with clients on a case-by-case basis.
Quantitative analysis of research or clinical cardiovascular magnetic resonance images can be conducted using Society for Cardiac Magnetic Resonance (SCMR) guidelines.
- Right and/or left ventricle function and morphology
- 2D Flow Quantitative Analysis
- Relative Perfusion
- T1 Mapping
- Fibrosis Quantification
- Tissue Tracking
Quantitative and qualitative analysis of liver MRI can be conducted using validated metrics, including iron (R2*), fat fraction, and elastography quantification.
In addition, MIRS-IA also subcontracts with Advance MR Analytics AB (AMRA) to provide analysis and measurement of various fat and muscle compartment volumes for UW-based researchers.
Medical visualization software allows MIRS-IA to create 3D models from image data sets using the latest techniques to help in medical diagnosis, surgical planning and education. Services include preparation of ready-to-print 3D models from image data as well as delivery of 3D printed physical models.