Harness the power of deep learning MR image enhancement

New techniques utilizing Deep Learning Reconstruction technology are advancing medical imaging by harmonizing the trade-offs between resolution, speed and SNR.

Achieve PIQE imaging for MRI

Precise IQ Engine (PIQE) is Canon Medical’s high resolution Deep Learning Reconstruction for MRI. PIQE increases matrix size, removes noise, and delivers sharp anatomical images to take MR imaging to the next level.

Deep Learning Reconstruction for MR PIQE
*Designed for Brain and Knee

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Reach a new PIQE in MRI

Deep Learning technology helps deliver clear, sharp and distinct images. Acquiring high-resolution images traditionally required long scan time. However, with PIQE, high-resolution images are obtained with the same scan time as conventional scans.

Advanced intelligent Clear-IQ Engine (AiCE)

A new era of clarity has begun

AiCE* is produces stunning MR images that are exceptionally detailed and with the low-noise properties you would expect of a high SNR image.

Achieving quick and high SNR images is now possible with Canon’s intelligent new technologies

AiCE combines with rapid scanning to boost productivity In combination with unique Canon scan acceleration technologies like Compressed SPEEDER, you have the ability to focus on faster scans and restore SNR by removing noise during image

Quantifiable MRI imaging to enhance diagnostic capability

Quantitative imaging techniques provide a wide range of options for referring physicians and staff. New techniques like MR Elastography and Fat Fraction Quantification (FFQ) for liver staging and quantification and contrast free Arterial Spin Labeling increase the imaging tools available for imaging various disease sets that were previously handled in other imaging modalities.

MR Elastography (MRE)

MRE is the only MRI technology that has been validated for staging liver fibrosis. The role of MRE has been increasingly recognized in multidisciplinary clinical guidelines for noninvasive liver fibrosis assessment, particularly in suspected cases of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD).

Non-invasive fat imaging and quantification

Imaging is rapidly becoming the standard for fat quantification. Canon’s fat imaging and quantification can simultaneously, in a single breath held exam, provide quantitative maps of the liver to measure proton density fat fraction (PDFF) and R2*.