The automatic identification of tissues and organs from medical images in an accurate and repeatable manner is revolutionising surgical practise. Imorphics' modelling allows surgeons to plan surgery using powerful 3D software, and facilitates the use of surgical robots. Modelling technology is even helping to create completely novel surgical methods.Learn more
Revolutionising Population Analysis
The shape of human tissues and organs involves both similarity and difference. Imorphics shape models reveal shape differences based on human characteristics such as height, gender and age, and are used to identify changes in the appearance of tissues based upon age and disease.Learn more
Revolutionising Clinical Trials
Careful quantification of existing semi-quantitative measures used in osteo- and rheumatoid arthritis improves the sensitivity of clinical trials, reducing the numbers of patients needed to show a clinical effect. Additionally, Imorphics is developing completely novel 3D measures for use in clinical trials which may prove even more responsive.Learn more
Modelling Technology Background
At the heart of Imorphics technology are 3D statistical models which capture the appearance and variability of biological tissues such as bone, brains and abdominal organs.
Accurately identifying tissues in 3D imaging is one of the biggest challenges in medical imaging today. Imorphics models are completely automatic, and identify multiple tissue types with accuracy of less than one voxel.
Grand Challenge Success
Find out why Imorphics auto-segmentation technology is global best-in-class for musculoskeletal and prostate imaging, with Imorphics success in open medical imaging competitions.