Neurosurgery

The best outcome stems from a sound plan

Imeka’s fibre tractography, fibre bundling and tumor segmentation is the best tool in the world for faster, more precise preparation of neurosurgery.

Forward thinking solutions

We offer an extensive neurosurgery preparation service that optimizes your work in the OR. Our fully automated processing pipeline has a turnaround time of less than 1 hour*.

The imaging process itself is quick, but since it is done in-house at Imeka, the transferring process adds to the delay. Our team is looking into developing a local processing solution to offer an on-site solution that would eliminate such delays. Contact us if you would like to take part in this project.

Over the past 10 years, through our work with neurosurgeons, we have set up and fine-tuned a processing pipeline that is now adapted to provide the best preparatory data and analysis. We not only work with you to tailor our services to your needs, and we can work with your radiologists and technicians to get the best acquisition possible.

With our imaging analysis and visualization platform, you benefit from a non-invasive, and powerful medical imaging tool that provides useful insight into the brain’s white matter, and can segment it to reveal structural and functional connectomes.

Contact us to set up the service now

A process that can seem daunting, now made effortless on your part :

  • You acquire images
  • You send us the data
  • We process it
  • QC it
  • Then send you the results

Simple as that.

To make the results perfectly adapted to your needs,
we provide them in various forms:

Processed data used with our viewer (MI-Brain)

So that you can prepare for surgery
($)

Animation, video or gif, to view before surgery

Derived from the data we have processed, in a format that can be tailored to your needs
($$)

Real-time assistance

A member of our team walks you through the data, manipulates it for you, during a live video conference
($$$)

For more in-depth information, visit the fiber tractography, fiber bundling and artificial intelligence (tumor segmentation) pages.