Parametric MRI (pMRI) is a “spiritual successor” to CHOP-fMRU.
The purpose of this software is to provide access to powerful, fast and easy to use tools for various medical imaging post processing techniques including fMRU, T2/T2* mapping with built in LIC conversion, T1 mapping, 3D region growing, T2* perfusion, DWI, Dual Energy CT, Renal Scintigraphy and others. pMRI fully integrates with PACS and runs on Microsoft Windows. The software is currently in open beta and is available for download in the downloads section. Please use the contact form below if you would like more information.
Generate inversion recovery curves from T1 MOLLI data. Calculate mean T1 values, maps and histograms using non-linear least square fitting.
Generate dynamic ΔR2* maps and ΔR2* vs time curves and histograms. Calculate CBV values and maps based on a gamma variate fit.
Generate up to 8 independent surfaces per analysis. Rotate the images with the mouse and move the camera around freely in real time!
Marunowski, Kacper, Dominik Świętoń, Włodzimierz Bzyl, Małgorzata Grzywińska, Mariusz Kaszubowski, Piotr Bandosz, Dmitry Khrichenko, and Maciej Piskunowicz. "MRI-derived subcutaneous and visceral adipose tissue reference values for children aged 6 to under 18 years." Frontiers in Nutrition: 714.
Didier, Ryne A., Dmitry Khrichenko, Christian A. Barrera, Carolina Maya, Ann M. Johnson, Edward R. Oliver, Julie S. Moldenhauer, and Teresa Victoria. "Novel Computerized Analytic Technique for Quantification of Amniotic Fluid Volume in Fetal MRI." American Journal of Roentgenology (2019): W1-W4.
Barrera, Christian A., Dmitry Khrichenko, Suraj D. Serai, Helge D. Hartung, David M. Biko, and Hansel J. Otero. "Biexponential R2* Relaxometry for Estimation of Liver Iron Concentration in Children: A Better Fit for High Liver Iron States." Journal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging (2019).
Calle-Toro, Juan S., Christian A. Barrera, Dmitry Khrichenko, Hansel J. Otero, and Suraj D. Serai. "R2 relaxometry based MR imaging for estimation of liver iron content: A comparison between two methods." Abdominal Radiology (2019): 1-11.