Better Plans Start with Improved Image Registration
Register any number of diagnostic DICOM images (CTs, MRs, PET/CTs, etc.) acquired in any native plane (axial, sagittal, or coronal) from any time point to your planning image.
Simple, Fast, and Accurate Registrations
MIM Maestro automates and simplifies the process of creating accurate rigid and deformable registrations of your diagnostic and previous treatment imaging.
Improved Use of Diagnostic Images
Automatically created layouts allow visualization of all diagnostic imaging and registrations on one screen for streamlined assessment and better-informed decision-making.
Empowered Deformable Registration
Rigid and deformable QA and correction tools empower clinicians to create accurate registrations, which would have been impossible in other systems.
Register All Images Concurrently with One Workflow
Universal Registration in MIM Maestro
Use a single MIM Workflow to quickly guide you through any number of accurate rigid or deformable registrations and their QA.
Simplifies the image registration process and prompts users to check registrations with powerful QA tools
Performs automatic rigid registrations and provides the option for deformable registration
Includes a variety of deformable algorithms, specifically designed for accurate registrations of selected modalities
Automatically creates a standardized TG-132 report with registration information and relevant screenshots
Success Begins Before Treatment Planning
Systems today struggle to accurately and efficiently register an increasing number of diagnostic images. They also struggle to display the registrations cohesively so clinicians can use them efficiently when completing their part of the planning process.
This is critically important.
Image registrations are the foundation for important clinical decisions and a high quality treatment plan.
MIM Maestro ensures the excellent image registration and visualization tools needed to create a high quality plan. It gives clinicians the confidence they strive for when deciding on how best to treat each patient.