BoneMRI is a radiation-free software solution that generates a 3D CT-like (synthetic CT) image to visualize bone structures derived from an MRI scan. It is ideal to assist the diagnosis, monitoring and surgical planning and navigation of orthopaedic conditions. It is available for the Lumbar Spine, Cervical Spine and Pelvic Region.
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Last updated: Oct. 21, 2022
General
Product name BoneMRI
Company MRIguidance
Subspeciality MSK
Modality MR
Disease targeted Conditions involving the bony anatomy, such as radiculopathy, osteoarthritis, hip dysplasia, femoral acetabular impingement and spondyloarthritis, degenerative spine disease, spondylolisthesis, spondylosis and spinal fractures
Key-features Radiation-free bone visualisation from MRI data
Suggested use Visualize the latent bone structures in MRI images that may be used to assist the diagnosis, monitoring and treatment planning of orthopedic conditions in adult patients by imaging experts.
Data characteristics
Population Adult patients suspected of having conditions involving the bony anatomy of the lumbar spine, cervical spine or pelvic region.
Input 3D MR protocol, gradient echo, multi echo, dual echo
Input format DICOM
Output Synthetic CT (sCT) in Hounsfield Units, 3D
Output format DICOM
Technology
Integration Integration in standard reading environment (PACS)
Deployment Locally on dedicated hardware, Cloud-based, Hybrid solution
Trigger for analysis Automatically, right after the image acquisition
Processing time > 10 minutes
Certification
CE
Certified, Class IIa , MDR
FDA
510(k) cleared, Class II
Market presence
On market since 04-2019
Distribution channels
Countries present (clinical, non-research use)
Paying clinical customers (institutes)
Research/test users (institutes)
Pricing
Pricing model Subscription
Based on Number of installations
Evidence
Peer reviewed papers on performance

  • MRI-based synthetic CT of the lumbar spine: Geometric measurements for surgery planning in comparison with CT (read)

  • Magnetic resonance imaging-based synthetic computed tomography of the lumbar spine for surgical planning: a clinical proof-of-concept (read)

  • MRI-based synthetic CT shows equivalence to conventional CT for the morphological assessment of the hip joint (read)

  • MRI-based synthetic CT of the hip: can it be an alternative to conventional CT in the evaluation of osseous morphology? (read)

  • MRI-based Synthetic CT in the Detection of Structural Lesions in Patients with Suspected Sacroiliitis: Comparison with MRI (read)

  • Bone visualization of the cervical spine with deep learning-based synthetic CT compared to conventional CT: A single-center noninferiority study on image quality (read)

    Non-peer reviewed papers on performance
    Other relevant papers

    • MRI AI Use Case: Synthetic CT Images for Fracture Evaluation (read)