Advanced image processing technology and highly-precise hardware configurations are adopted from capturing system signals to measurement, and from image scanning to image processing. We utilize streamlined processes to achieve automated and intelligent image processing analysis, enable rapid medical report printing and manage powerful databases.
Lung cancer is one of the most common malignant tumors cancers. In clinical practice, early detection and early treatment is key to reduce the probability of suffering lung cancer. In China, up to 75% of lung cancer patients are diagnosed at the later stage, among which a five-year survival rate is less than 20%. Early lung cancer screening aids in lung nodules detection.
Radiotherapy is one of the most important therapies in treating malignant tumors. The primary purpose of radiation therapy is to offer maximum protection of the normal tissues. In order to cure malignant tumor, high accuracy and precision therapy is needed. It requires a standard tumor dosage injection towards the maximum area of the target tumor tissues whereas a small dosage of tumor dosage is required for the surrounding normal tissues.
Obtaining location and structure of important organs from 3D Computed Tomography (CT) and Magnetic Resonance (MR) images is crucial in clinical practice, especially when diagnosis and treatment of many diseases from 3D images is becoming common nowadays. At the same time, accurate segmentation not only helps to provide quantitative measurement and assessment of regions of interest (ROI), but also facilitates accurate diagnosis, prognosis, surgery planning and treatment.
Cervical cancer is one of the most common cancers in women, among which 85% of patients died come from low- and middle-income areas in China. Cervical cancer is the only gynecological cancer that can be detected at the early stage and eventually be cured with the help of screening. Early screening of the potential pre-cancerous cervical lesions is key to prevent cervical cancer.
Colorectal cancer (CRC) is the second leading cancer disease that leads to death in the United States. According to the American Cancer Society, 49,190 people died of colorectal cancer in 2016. Due to the fact that adenomatous polyps (adenocarcinomas) are very likely to develop into CRC, early and accurate detection of polyps from optical colonoscopy (OC) is important in the prevention and timely treatment of CRC.