Using computer tomography, we can image the three-dimensional anatomy of the heart in a few seconds with excellent depiction of details. But for many diseases, the assessment of cardiac function is necessary for diagnosis and treatment planning. For this an additional examination is necessary.
An additional investigation means discomfort for the patient and a delayed treatment
Additional exams result in increased healthcare costs
Cordicityhas found a way to extract functional information from a time-resolved three-dimensional computer tomography exam.
Using advanced image processing, modelling, simulation and deep learning, functional is obtained, making an extra exam redundant, and even revealing additional information about the functioning of the heart.