Images used


CoLumbo uses standard DICOM images so there is no need to convert images received from MRI into other formats.

Automatic processing


CoLumbo automatically detects and displays the slices with the most prominent pathology, which indicates which discs are affected, the size of the herniation, channel displacement, stenosis, etc. Our algorithm can work with almost identical accuracy on data acquired with compressed sensing that can be acquired 8 times faster. Based on the obtained localizers the software proposes the exact position and angulations of slices

Automatic processing


CoLumbo offers an efficient and user-friendly intuitive interface. It does not require extensive specialized training. Results confirmed by a radiologist indicate 90% accuracy, 88% precision.

Positioning of slices


Based on the obtained localizers the software proposes the exact position and angulations of slices.

Features – current version

Pathologies and other findings described:

Herniation and its size, location and possible ascending and/or ascending migration

Nerve root impingement

Dural sac compression

Central Stenosis

Antero and retro – spondylolisthesis

Symmetrical and asymmetrical bulging

Hypo and hyper-lordosis

Reduced disk height

Reduced vertebral body height

Increased aortic diameter

Level labels

Tissues boundaries found:

Vertebral body

Other parts of the vertebra

Disc

Herniated part of the disk

Dural sac

Nerve roots

Ligamentum flavum

Aorta

Measurements performed:

Size of herniation

Dural sac diameter and area and stenotic ratio

listhesis percentage and grade

lordosis angle L1S1

aortic diameter

size of the bulging

disc height (anterior, middle, posterior) and ratios

Vertebral body height

CoLumbo PACS integration