CINA-ICH reports suspected intracranial hemorrhages in CT scans and enables prioritization of these patients. The software provides radiologists and emergency physicians with an outstanding presentation of the findings in words and images.
Intracranial bleeding is plotted in axial CT volumes. In addition, the data are processed in tabular form and include the parenchymal, sub- and epidural, subarachnoid and intraventricular bleeding volumes. Furthermore, midline shifts are measured. We also evaluated CINA-ICH together with two other softwares, CINA-ASPECTS and CINA-LVO, which were developed to detect non-hemorrhagic strokes in CT studies. Find out more in our AI software!
Non-enhanced cerebral CT studies of any CT scanner; axial reformations; minimal matrix size 256 x 256; maximal slice thickness 5 mm; tube current 100 kVp to 160 kVp (recommended 120 kVp to 140 kVp); soft tissue reconstruction kernel
Non-enhanced cerebral CT of a 69-year-old patient after a motor vehicle accident (left). There is an acute intraparenchymal hemorrhage of the right frontal lobe surrounded by moderate edema. There is a slight shift of the midline. There is no intraventricular hemorrhage. There is no evidence of a parafalcine herniation. CINA-ICH correctly detects intracranial hemorrhage (top right). Only slight calcification of the frontal falx cerebri was reported as a false positive. Bleeding volume and midline shift are reported within the CT series and also in tabular form (bottom right).