Parkinson’s Disease Detection Use Case

Parkinson’s Disease Detection Use Case

The STAGE protocol can be used to visualize changes in the Neuromelanin and iron content of key dopaminergic structures such as the Pars Compacta located as part of the Substantia Nigra.

What do we look for?

  • Iron in the Basal Ganglia
  • “Swallow Tail” Sign

Increased mineralization and iron deposition within the deep gray matter structures of the brain has been linked to some neurodegenerative diseases. The STAGE outputs have the ability to show this property of brain structures by their increased relative contrast.

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Traumatic Brain Injury Use Case

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Stroke Detection Use Case

Stroke Detection Use Case

STAGE is designed to benefit imaging and replace standard GRE and SWI in the acute and follow-up setting due to its high sensitivity to blood product lesions in the brain in the form of cerebral microbleeds and thrombus as well as…

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