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Acute Multi-Functional Reivew (AMFR)

CT Acute MultiFunctional Review (AMFR)

One application for the assessment of selected anatomies

CT Acute MultiFunctional Review (AMFR) provides dedicated tools for findings detection, visualization and assessment of vessels, bones and spine anatomies in 2D and 3D CT images.

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  • Automatic navigation-path for calculation of the spinal cord as well as automatic detection and labeling of spine vertebrae and discs.
  • Bones segmentation using an interactive segmentation tool to create a workspace for virtual repositioning of individual bone segments.
  • Provides segmentation, editing and measurement tools for vascular analysis.
  • Predefined layouts per anatomical area: head, chest, abdomen, spine and extremities.

Advanced Vessel Analysis (AVA) Stent Planning

CT Advanced Vessel Analysis (AVA) Stent Planning

Endovascular stent placement

CT Advanced Vessel Analysis (AVA) Stent Planning includes multiple preset and user-defined options to gain detailed information for use in stent planning.

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  • The application allows you to export customized results to external reporting systems.

Body Perfusion

CT Body Perfusion

Quantifiable perfusion

CT Body Perfusion is intended for visualization, assessment and quantification of blood flow, blood volume, time to peak and peak enhancement using dynamic CT data. The application provides whole-organ or single-location liver, lung and kidney perfusion calculations.

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  • Enables data analysis for optimization of injection timing as test prior to the clinical scan.

Bone Mineral Anlysis (BMA)

CT Bone Mineral Analysis (BMA)

Track degenerative and metabolic bone disease

CT Bone Mineral Analysis (BMA) is designed to measure bone density in one or multiple time points. Using an internal reference method*, the application reduces reproducibility errors in multiple time point measurements and provides T- and Z- scores which help physicians assess the risk of osteoporosis.

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  • The user can compare a patient’s results to several reference populations.

*Muller DK, et al., Phantom-less QCT BMD system as screening tool for osteoporosis without additional radiation. Eur J Radiol. 2011; 79(3):375–81.

Brain Perfusion

CT Brain Perfusion

Determine areas of reduced cerebral blood flow as compared to the contralateral hemisphere

Generates qualitative and quantitative information about changes in image intensity over time. The application calculates and displays quantitative color maps of cerebral blood flow (CBF), cerebral blood volume (CBV), mean transit time (MTT) and time-to-peak (TTP), and provides summary maps which may help physicians in determining areas of reduced cerebral blood flow compared to the contra lateral hemisphere.

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  • Perfusion and summary maps can be generated automatically and sent to PACS for convenient reviewing.
  • With studies of sufficient scan duration, permeability analysis can be used as an assessment of the contrast agent permeation of the blood-brain barrier.
  • The default parameters and thresholds used to create the summary maps may be edited by the user according to the physician’s preference.
  • Automatic motion correction that can be further refined manually if needed.
  • Quality indicators (“traffic lights”) point at possible acquisition faults that may affect the results.
  • Pre-defined ROI templates for systematic and reproducible quantitative regional results.

Calcium Scoring

CT Calcium Scoring

One-click 3D calcium segmentation

One-click 3D segmentation and quantification for coronary arteries calcifications including mass, Agatston, and volume scores.

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  • Calcium scoring is achieved by performing automatic calculations on CT HU values in user-defined regions of interest.
  • Supports ECG-gated and non ECG-gated images in DICOM format from Philips and other vendors (mass score can only be calculated for Philips CT scanners).
  • The application incorporates parameters from the MESA (Multi Ethnic Study of Atherosclerosis) database.

Cardiac Plaque Assessment

CT Cardiac Plaque Assessment

Evaluate coronaries plaque

Enables performing cross-sectional measurements along the coronary arteries, and automatically calculates regional and global quantities of plaque volume.

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  • Provides automatic color-coded visualization of plaque content areas on vessel cross-sectional images.
  • The user has the ability to edit the automatic results.

Cardiac Viewer

CT Cardiac Viewer

Quick cardiac visualization

Provides a set of tools for the visualization of one or multiple cardiac phases using original images or MPR\MIP images in axial, coronal, sagittal or dedicated cardiac axes (short axis, horizontal long axis, and vertical long axis).

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  • Automatic removal of the rib-cage structures enables a 3D anatomical Volume Rendering image of the heart and the large blood vessels connected to it.
  • The Viewer supports basic measurements as well as basic ventricular functional analysis based on “Area-Length” method to estimate end systolic volume (ESV), end diastolic volume (EDV), cardiac output (CO), and ejection fraction (EF).



Quantify diffuse lung disease

CT COPD helps visualize and quantify the destructive process of diffuse lung disease (e.g. emphysema). The application provides a guided workflow for airway analysis, reviewing and measuring airway lumen, and assessing air trapped.

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  • Automatic lung and lobes segmentation.
  • Automatic airway extraction, airway tree segmentation and navigation path extraction, enabling the measurement of airway parameters such as lumen diameter and wall cross-section.
  • Tools for qualitative and quantitative temporal comparison of up to four follow-up studies in order to determine the progression of the disease.

Comprehensive Cardiac Analysis (CCA)

CT Comprehensive Cardiac Analysis (CCA)

Comprehensive cardiac analysis

Designed to assist the user in viewing, analyzing and quantifying dedicated Cardiac CT Angiograms, mainly for coronary arteries analysis on Coronaries CT Angiogram (CCTA) data.

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  • Cardiac function measurements based on automatic 3D model-based whole-heart segmentation.
  • Automatic extraction and visualization of the coronary tree.
  • The user can edit and modify the segmentation and the derived parameters.

MI Fusion

CT-MI Fusion

Fusing cardiac CT-MI images

Cardiac CT-MI Fusion incorporates support for myocardial perfusion imaging (MPI).

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  • Allows loading both gated and un-gated rest, and gated and
    un-gated stress MI datasets simultaneously with the CT.
  • The MI images are displayed in the short axis and the two long axis planes.
  • The axes definition is derived from the CT study.

Dental Planning

CT Dental Planning

Planning for oral surgery

In maxillofacial trauma cases, the course of treatment can often only be decided after a surgical consult. CT Dental Planning is designed to support enhanced surgical planning, and facilitate collaboration between radiologists and surgeons.

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  • The panoramic, cross sectional and volumetric images provides the oral surgeon with information on position of teeth and roots, existing implants, the mandibular canal and the density of the bone; The thickness of the bone, depth of the jaws and other pathologies can also be evaluated and measured.

Dual Energy Viewer

CT Dual Energy Viewer

Visualize data from dual-energy acquisition

CT Dual Energy Viewer provides a set of tools for registration, quantification, and visualization of dual-energy image data acquired from the Philips iCT scanner’s sequential dual-energy acquisition.

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  • This application assists in separation and analysis of materials such as calcium, iodine, and uric acid.

Dynamic Myocardial Perfusion (DMP)

CT Dynamic Myocardial Perfusion (DMP)

Dynamic color maps provide an assessment of myocardial risk

Provides automatic and manual tools to help visualize and assess signal intensity differences (in Hounsfield Unit) focusing on the left ventricular myocardium, providing quantitative myocardial perfusion measurements for CT images.

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  • Supports axial, ECG-gated CTA images, consisting of multiple time shots within the same acquisition of the myocardial region over time (i.e. dynamic CT scans), after an injection of intravenous contrast.
  • Automatic and manual tools providing quantitative myocardial perfusion parameters such as: Peak Enhancement, Time To Peak, Perfusion and Blood Volume, and provides color maps representation of the results and graphical representation of intensity curves.

EP Planning

CT EP Planning

EP procedures planning

CT EP Planning allows electrophysiologists to quickly identify anatomy relevant to the EP procedure.

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  • Provides, overall assessment of pulmonary veins, left atrial, and appendage anatomy, enabling the electrophysiologist to identify anatomy that may complicate the EP procedure.

Liver Analysis

CT Liver Analysis

Advanced Liver segmentation

Automatically identifies, segments and quantifies the liver from the portal venous phase of a tri-phase liver scan and classifies the hepatic and portal veins.

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  • Semi-automatic segmentation methods to segment the liver (i.e. Couinaud) and provides tools to analyze and quantify the whole liver, liver segments and user-defined regions of interest.
  • Enables virtual hepatectomy, providing volumetric estimates of resected and residual liver segments.
  • Results from CT Liver Analysis can be loaded into MMTT and vice-versa.
  • Segmentations of the whole liver, liver segments, vasculature and findings can be exported as RT Structures.

Lung Nodule Assessment (LNA)

CT Lung Nodule Assessment (LNA)

Assessing lung nodules over time

Enables review and analysis of thoracic CT images, providing segmentation, quantification and characterization of physician-indicated lung nodules. The application can be used in both diagnostic and screening evaluations, supporting Low Dose CT Lung Cancer Screening*

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  • Automatic lung and lobes segmentation and one click 2D and 3D nodule segmentation.
  • Supports LungRADS categorization, Fleischner Society guidelines for incidental findings as well as a Risk Calculator tool**.
  • Pre-filled data including characteristics for each nodule in configurable presets are provided automatically by the application.
  • Lung and nodule segmentations can be shared as RT Structures.

* The screening must be performed within the established inclusion criteria of programs/protocols that have been approved and published by either a governmental body or professional medical society. Please refer to clinical literature, including the results of the National Lung Screening Trial (N Engl J Med 2011; 365:395-409) and subsequent literature, for further information.
** Based on patient and nodule characteristics for estimation of the probability that lung nodules detected on baseline screening low-dose CT scans are malignant. These functionalities may not be available in all territories. Please contact a Philips representative for more details.

Lung Nodule CAD

CT Lung Nodule CAD*

Automated computer aid for lung nodule detection

Artificial second reader to support the detection of lesions or nodules which may have been missed. It offers an automated process that identifies and marks regions of interest based on image features associated with lung nodules.

It is intended for use as a second reader after an initial interpretation of the diagnostic image has been performed.

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  • Volumetric segmentation detects nodules based on size, shape, density, and anatomical context.
  • One-click display of the findings.

*CAD functionality not available for sale in the US.

Myocardial Defect Assessment

CT Myocardial Defect Assessment

Assessing myocardial defects

Relies on the automatic 3D model-based whole-heart segmentation from the CCA application to provide visual and quantitative assessment of segmented, low-attenuation areas within the left ventricle myocardium from a single, gated cardiac CTA scan.

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  • Volumetric visualization of coronary arteries along with segmentation maps can be displayed as an overlay on top of a 3D myocardial surface.
  • Quantitative information includes volume of low attenuation areas within the myocardium and their percentage out of the total myocardial volume.

Pulmonary Artery Analysis (PAA)

CT Pulmonary Artery Analysis (PAA)

Assess suspected findings of pulmonary embolism

Offers automatic and manual segmentation tools to assist in localization of suspected pulmonary embolism findings on segmental and sub-segmental contrast-opacified pulmonary arteries.

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  • A full suite of tools helps to visualize the lungs, review results, and report any PE findings.
  • Allows to extract relevant cardiac measurements such as RV/LV ventricular ratio and chambers volumes.
  • A CAD option(1) can be used as a second reader, after the initial diagnosis is completed by the radiologist.

(1) This functionality may not be available in all territories. Please contact a Philips representative for more details.

Spectral Advanced Vessel Analysis

CT Spectral Advanced Vessel Analysis

IQon Spectral CT Functionality


  • Bone removal on different energy levels.
  • Spectral plots to characterize plaque and stenosis.
  • Different energy results comparison.
  • Evaluation of the extent of lumen occlusion.

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Spectral Comprehensive Cardiac Analysis

CT Spectral Comprehensive Cardiac Analysis

IQon Spectral CT Functionality

Provides the ability to run cardiac segmentation on different energy levels, compare vessel curves with various spectral data types, and enhance the visual assessment of coronary vessel patency.

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  • Automatic chamber and coronary segmentation using mono-energetic images.
  • Beam hardening reduction for: perfusion deficits visualization and calcified plaque visualization.

Spectral Magic Glass on PACS

CT Spectral Magic Glass on PACS*

IQon Spectral CT Functionality

IQon Spectral CT is the only scanner to offer CT Spectral Light Magic Glass and CT Spectral Magic Glass on PACS, helping radiologists review and analyze multiple layers of spectral data at once, including on their PACS.

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  • On-demand simultaneous analysis of multiple spectral results for an Region Of Interest (ROI).
  • Integrates into a health system’s current PACS setup for certain PACS vendors.
  • Spectral results viewable, during a routine reading.
  • Enterprise-wide spectral viewing and analysis allows access to capabilities virtually anywhere in the organization.

* Standard with the CT Spectral option on IntelliSpace Portal.

Spectral Light Magic Glass

CT Spectral Light Magic Glass

Review spectral data in a range of not spectral-enhanced CT applications

Allows retrospective use of spectral data that was saved in a series of spectral base images (SBI).

The fast launch of LMG allows review and identification of the most relevant results to be launched into the application for further analysis.

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  • The option is available from the following applications: Brain Perfusion, Functional CT, Liver Analysis, PAA, TAVI, Acute Multifunctional Review, Virtual Colonoscopy.
  • Spectral Magic Glass can be launched only for CT images or images created on the Philips IQon Spectral CT.

Spectral Tumor Tracking

CT Spectral Tumor Tracking

Inspection of tumors, as contrast enhanced, soft tissue oriented, and whole-body scans

Assists clinicians in viewing and evaluating CT images acquired on the IQon CT scanner for the inspection of tumors, as contrast enhanced, soft tissue oriented, and whole-body scans.

It supports lesion viewing and analysis based on different spectral data types such as iodine density maps or virtual non-contrast-enhanced images.

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  • Tissue segmentation and editing tools allow to generate user-defined ROI and the application provides information on physical (length, width, volume) and composition properties (effective atomic number, attenuation, HU) of the tumor.
  • The application supports longitudinal viewing of cases taken from different examination times.

Spectral Viewer

CT Spectral Viewer

IQon Spectral CT* Functionality

The spectral viewer is optimized for analysis of spectral data sets from the IQon Spectral CT Scanner. Obtain a comprehensive overview of each patient quickly and easily, quantify quickly, and assist in diagnosis. It is designed to accommodate general spectral viewing needs with additional tools to assist in CT images analysis.

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  • Enhances the conventional image by overlaying an iodine map.
  • Visualization of virtual non-contrast images.
  • Images at different energy levels (40-200 keV).
  • Switching to various spectral results can be done through a viewport control.
  • Manage presets to create user/site-specific presets.
  • Lesion characterization using scatter plots.
  • Tissue characterization using attenuation curves.

* IQon CT reconstruction provides a single DICOM entity containing sufficient information for retrospective analysis - Spectral Base Image (SBI). SBI contains all the spectrum of spectral results with no need for additional reconstruction or post-processing. Spectral applications are creating different spectral results from SBI.

TAVI Planning

CT TAVI Planning

CT imaging in TAVI to advance patient care

Provides 2D and 3D visualization and automated measurements designed to assist in proper TAVI-device sizing, on contrast-enhanced, prospectively ECG-gated axial or retrospectively gated helical CT images.

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  • Area and diameter calculations for the aortic annulus, LVOT, sinotubular junction, sinus of valsalva and ascending aorta planes, as well as distance to coronary ostia from the annulus plane.
  • Tools such as inspection of minimal diameter, calcifications and vessel tortuosity, to assess the peripheral vessels along the access route.
  • 3D segmentation and visualization of aortic valve calcifications.

VC Veralook CAD

VC Veralook® CAD*

Automatically detect potential polyps in CT colonography exams

VC VeraLook CAD* uses image processing and pattern recognition technology identify colon polyps in CT colonography images, which can help streamline the reading process and improve workflow for radiologists while supporting accuracy, consistency and productivity in colon cancer screenings. Indicated for use as a second read, VeraLook is designed to enhance clinician accuracy and efficiency.

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  • Identify colon polyps to aid in the reading process.
  • Designed to enhance clinician accuracy and efficiency by improving detection pedunculated, sessile, flat and fluid submerged colonic polyps.

* VeraLook is a trademark of iCAD inc. for sale only in the US.

Virtual Colonoscopy

CT Virtual Colonoscopy

Reducing reading times in virtual colonoscopy

Enables 3D visualization of colon scans. The application automatically segments the air-filled colon and displays a calculated navigation path. The Perspective Filet view provides a synchronized display of the full colon surface wall with a single unidirectional view, reducing the need to review in both directions.

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  • The Electronic Cleansing function can reduce the effect of residual liquids and fecal materials by "tagging" them via contrast-enhancement, allowing the user to automatically segment and subtract them.
  • The CAD option* can be used as a second reader and assist in the search for polyps.

* CAD functionality is not available for sale in the USA.


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