Assisted Reproductive Medicine
Among its benefits, 2D/3D and volume ultrasound can help you identify endometriosis, the presence of endometrial tissue outside the uterus, and general endometrium thickness.
Ultrasound pelvic examination can help assess the number of measurable follicles and help monitor follicle development and monitoring.
SonoAVCTMfollicle is a specialized software program that is designed to automatically calculate the number and volume of hypoechoic structures from a 3D ovarian volume.
SonoAVCfollicle offers a reproducible and efficient way to monitor follicular development in patients undergoing ovarian hyperstimulation. SonoAVCfollicle helps standardize follicular measurements and helps decreases user-to-user variability. This semi-automatic approach can help reduce time for follicular assessment and reporting.
VCI (Volume Contrast Imaging) with OmniView helps improve contrast resolution and visualization of the rendered anatomy with clarity in any plane, even when viewing irregular shaped endometrium structures.
Virtual Hysteroscopy whereby the endometrium cavity is filled with saline and viewed in 3D Rendering and multiplanar mode - using MagiCut to dissect the volume helps to accurately assess polyps and myomas.
4D imaging mode to help determine the optimal target for transferred embryo placement.
Reporting is an important element of an Assisted Reproductive Medicine business. Voluson systems are DICOM** compliant and compatible with many IT systems, including the GE ViewPoint IT solution. Learn more about ViewPoint.