Analytic Morphomics identifies bio-markers using medical imaging that provides insight into disease processes, treatment options, and outcome variability.
Analytic Morphomics improves automotive engineers' understanding of the variability of a population in order to better protect individuals in motor vehicle crashes.
Analytic Morphomics helps doctors educate patients using their own specific bio-markers, engaging patients the shared decision making and motivating them to adopt healthier lifestyles.
Analytic Morphomics characterizes the variation in a population, thereby enabling the design of devices that provide optimal benefit to individuals across the spectrum.
Analytic Morphomics enables more precise evaluation of a patient for drug dosing and measurement of treatment effectiveness.
Analytic Morphomics enables more precise evaluation of patient risk at baseline and following surgical or medical treatment. Using morphomic variables, far more accurate prediction of individual outcomes and costs is possible.
Linking body factors to health outcomes for improved insight, treatment, and prevention
organ size and condition
visceral and subcutaneous fat volumes, distribution, and density
bone measures including density (BMD) and shape from cortical and trabecular bone
Muscle volume and quality from psoas and other muscle groups
vascular measures including calcification, lengths, and location.
Typically, clinicians will either perform an eyeball test on patients before surgery or course of treatment, or they’ll use BMI to gauge relative health. Unfortunately, these approaches are too crude in their execution.
Approximately half of all existing electronic storage contains medical imaging data. Due to the nature of the medium used to capture this data and the commitment to preserve and store the information, there is a veritable flood of discovery and insight at our fingertips just waiting to be tapped.
From this massive body of data, we collect and index Analytic Morphomics —the measurements of specific bio-markers from patients’ bodies.learn more
Compare your patient’s quantitative measurements to a control population
See how Analytic Morphomics is impacting the medical field
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