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With faster exams, clearer, more detailed images and comprehensive quantitative data at your fingertips, STAGE™ enhances diagnostic confidence and improves patient comfort.

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More exams, greater throughput

Testing at a U.S. health system with high neuroradiology volumes showed time-savings from STAGE created three to four new scanning slots per-magnet per-day and projected additional annual revenue of $240,000 for each 1.5T system and $320,000 for 3T systems.

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Parkinson’s Disease

STAGE™ provides qualitative and quantitative outputs for visualizing key biomarkers. Multiparametric maps from STAGE™, such as QSM and R2*, quantify the iron content in the deep gray matter structures, visualize neuromelanin in the midbrain and provide automatic segmentation of brain structures. This is especially helpful for earlier detection of disease and for surgical placement of deep brain stimulation (DBS).

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STAGE™ has the most sensitive and robust techniques for quantifying the progression of Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases. For TBI, we can see four to five times more micro-hemorrhages and correlate that with outcomes.

Dr. Karen Tong

Neuroradiologist - Loma Linda University Hospital

Aging & Dementia

STAGE™ improves visualization and quantification of key areas of interest in the brain including WM/GM contrast and cerebrospinal fluid, neurovascular lesions and hemosiderin deposition, and differentiation of mineralization and hemorrhage. STAGE™ also allows visual determination of dephasing caused by calcification or bleeding. The T1 Map and T1W outputs provide further contrast between tissue types.

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Stroke Detection

STAGE™ can replace standard, longer-duration GRE and SWI due to its high sensitivity to cerebral microbleeds and thrombus. It also depicts asymmetrically prominent cortical veins, oxygenation in the draining penumbra, focal stroke lesion, angiography flow interruptions and arterial disruption in the Circle of Willis. Standardized STAGE™ outputs also enable baseline and longitudinal image comparisons.

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Multiple Sclerosis

Multiple Sclerosis lesions affect the central nervous system and periventricular, peri-venous lesions have been observed throughout the brain and spine. Multiparametric maps from STAGE™ provide enhanced lesion visualization in white matter and heterogeneous changes in blood flow, inflammation, water content, susceptibility and iron deposition, tissue atrophy, demyelination, and abnormal vasculature associated with lesions.

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Traumatic Brain Injury

STAGE™ generates highly detailed visualization of trauma-related lesions as well as vascular damage which may be missed by conventional or low-resolution scans. It is particularly useful for accurate depiction of cerebral microbleeds, medullary vascular injury, shearing damage and subarachnoid hemorrhage.

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Tumor Detection, Metastasis & Radiation Therapy

STAGE™ multiparametric maps provide enhanced visualization to differentiate tumor tissue, changes occurring in surrounding tissue, and tumor-associated blood products. Additionally, STAGE™ enables measurement of T1 and PD properties related to water content changes and leaky blood vessels, and improved visualization of cerebral microbleeds resulting from radiation therapy.

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The SpinTech MRI advantage

Clinical advantages

The clinical advantages are clear: Reduce scan times. Provide better images for radiologists. Provide better information for neurologists and neurosurgeons. Deliver a better experience for patients.

Financial incentives

STAGE™ will transform your radiology department by streamlining workflows, improving patient throughput, increasing revenue, and elevating the patient experience.


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2024 International Women’s Day: Why Inclusion Matters in Neurology and Neuroimaging

The theme of this year’s International Women’s Day (IWD) — “Inspire Inclusion” – takes on added meaning when it comes to neurology and neuroimaging. In fact, data from multiple credible sources indicate that inclusion has impacts on healthcare far beyond improving gender equality. You could even consider “All Hands on Deck” as an alternative theme“2024 International Women’s Day: Why Inclusion Matters in Neurology and Neuroimaging”

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SpinTech MRI and Yale New Haven Hospital Collaborate to Examine the Impact of STAGE

SpinTech MRI and Yale New Haven Hospital to Examine Impact of STAGE on MRI Brain Exam Times, Backlogs, Workflows and Outcomes in Routine Clinical Use Collaboration will assess operational and clinical impacts of STAGE through an analysis of neuroimaging efficiency, reporting workflows and clinical outcomes in actual cases BINGHAM FARMS, MI, Nov. 27, 2023 –“SpinTech MRI and Yale New Haven Hospital Collaborate to Examine the Impact of STAGE”

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The Road to RSNA with SpinTech MRI

The SpinTech MRI team is hard at work preparing for radiology’s biggest event of the year! Here are all the details you need to know about our plan to highlight our STAGE™ platform that speeds image acquisition time by up to 30%, provides radiologists with better quality images, and drives higher revenue and throughput for“The Road to RSNA with SpinTech MRI”

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