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See examples of what our technology measures on various liver disorders.

Hepatitis C

51 year old male, diagnosed with Hepatitis C (GT1a); IFN-experienced; sustained response treatment.


Full cross-sectional imaging provides unparalleled insight into your treatment, giving you the power to see patchy liver disease, whilst also delivering non-subjective quantification of liver tissue characteristics. Visual scaling allows any change to be visualized easily between time points, and when matched with change in our steatosis and fibroinflammatory biomarkers (MRI-PDFF and cT1), the value of our insight becomes clear.

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Bariatric Surgery (pre- vs. post-operative)

44 year old obese female, candidate for bariatric surgery


Full cross-sectional imaging provides unparalleled insight into your patients' liver health, giving you the power to see patchy liver disease, whilst also delivering non-subjective quantification of their liver tissue. Metrics of fat and correlates of iron, fibrosis and inflammation, as well as the rich visual images, will help your patient engagement and may help your clinical management.

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Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease (NAFLD)

57 year old female; overweight, and also suffered from chronic fatigue syndrome and fibromyalgia.


Full cross-sectional imaging provides unparalleled insight into your patients, giving you the power to see patchy liver disease, whilst also delivering non-subjective quantification of liver tissue characteristics. Allows you to scan patients unable to be effectively imaged by other methods such as ultrasound or Magnetic Resonance Elastography. Our protocol takes just 10 minutes, which can be added onto an existing abdominal MR, and allows you to grow your service by leveraging our imaging corelab.

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PSC/AIH patient on prednisolone and azathioprine

22 year old male with PSC and AIH overlap syndrome; response to prednisolone and azathioprine.


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