Imeka announced that the FDA granted 510(k) clearance for its advanced neuro diagnostic imaging (ANDI) quantitative imaging software.
Canda-based Imeka, which has previously partnered with GE HealthCare designed ANDI to generate reports for medical professionals. These reports offer important reference information on brain white matter as an adjunct to care.
The ANDI automated radiological image processing software extracts white matter bundles connecting regions of the brain. It then performs microstructure analysis, processing diffusion-weighted images. ANDI processes the images through reconstruction algorithms called modeling, tractography and fiber bundling. This maps microstructural properties of the white matter.
Imeka said in a news release that ANDI generates a DICOM-encapsulated PDF report. It highlights bundles with the greatest deviation from the normative range and a detailed analysis of microstructural and microstructural values.