3D Ultrasound Imaging

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3D Ultrasound Imaging with PIUR

Visualize tiny anatomy in 3D ultrasound like never before

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The PIUR tUS Infinity accessory, combined with the Vevo MD, delivers 3D ultra-high frequency ultrasound imaging.

Now available in Europe (CE Marked). FDA pending.

The FUJIFILM VisualSonics’ Vevo MD, coupled with PIUR IMAGING’s tUS Infinity platform, offers researchers and clinicians the ability to see and read ultrasound volumes in 3D, empowering users to visualize tiny anatomy.

Add a whole new dimension to visualizing pathological tissue in a variety of clinical applications.

BENEFITS: 

  • Combine 3D imaging with clinical Ultra High Frequency Ultrasound

  • Collect fast, easy 3D images of anatomy of interest (vessels, nerves, lymphatics etc) 

  • Speed up analysis with automatic segmentation

  • Calculate length, area and volume with ease

PIUR 3D Imaging Hardware

 

3D ultrasound imaging by FUJIFILM VisualSonics

 

The PIUR tUS Infinity is a wireless add-on solution that consists of the following:

  • Infinity Sensor: Attaches to the transducer and tracks movement 

  • A video transmission box: Connects to video output of the US system, grabs images and transfers data over wifi to the workstation 

  • Software: Compounds volumes and processes for image analysis and 3D rendering  


The Infinity workstation collects information from the video box and sensor and applies AI-based image reconstruction algorithms to generate tomographic ultrasound volumes. Entire anatomical structures can be viewed, manipulated, and extracted in 3D to better inform clinical and diagnostic decisions. 
 

PIUR Imaging Workstation



Workstation NOT Included. Please connect with us for more details on requirements.

 

 

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