The browser based GraphICA software is available upon setting up a user account. Once logged in, the account user can access the analysis of the DICOM data that has been uploaded from the MRI scanner to the server.
Secure & Online Application
As there is no need to transfer the DICOM data, that is immediately deleted when the analysis is completed, the risks of any privacy violations are dramatically reduced. Additionally, within GraphICA there is an option to select “Anonymize” to further protect the analysis results.Contact Us For More Information
Functional Data (fMRI)
GraphICA provides a fully automatized pipeline from DICOM data, which is acquired from the MRI scanner, to a generated report in either PDF or DICOM format for utilization in the PACS systems.
For each of the 11 networks of interest, GraphICA provides a statistical comparison of the patient vs a normative dataset based on 1243 normal cases. The gender-based analysis is from 433 females and 810 males. Results are accessible through GraphICA for different comparison visualizations of the patient’s networks with the normative database.View A Test Sample Report
Quality Check (fMRI)
fMRI data is checked for quality. Motion curves which describe the possible motion of the head during the acquisition are extracted. A quality index is built and statistically compared to a normative dataset of 1243 normal cases. A quality test is vital to be sure that the possible abnormalities observed in the patient are due to a pathological condition and not to a lower quality in the data recorded.View A Test Sample Report
Structural Data For Morphometry (3D T1)
GraphICA provides a statistically based comparison at the parcel level (832 parcels) of the relative volume of each parcel (volume of the parcel divided by the total volume of gray matter) for the patient based on a dataset of 1243 normal cases. The gender-based analysis is from 433 females and 810 males.Contact Us For More Information
Structural Data For Tractography (DTI)
GraphICA provides a statistically based comparison at the parcel level (832 parcels) of the values for fractional anisotropy (FA) for each of the parcel (gray matter analysis) and the number of fibers intersecting that parcel for the patient based on a dataset of 191 normal cases. The gender-based analysis is from 113 females and 78 males. Normative database under extension. Fractional anisotropy in white matter under implementation in GraphICA.Contact Us For More Information
An Interactive 3D visualization mode allows the user to navigate through the networks with the ability to select different visualization angles and to zoom in on specific regions of interest.Contact Us For More Information
In addition to the automatically generated report for fMRI results, the account user can set up application preferences to create a number of robust features such as:
- Personally semi-automatically generated report by selecting the intended visualization to report.
- Expert comments can be added to clarify the visualization.
- A customizable report template that can include a signature and institution affiliation that would appear each time a client generates a new report.