Unlocking the Future of Brain Aneurysm Diagnosis

Brain aneurysm diagnosis
Unlocking the Future of Brain Aneurysm Diagnosis

Intracranial aneurysms affect 3% of the global population and play an important role in hemorrhagic stroke. Approximately 25% of patients with ruptured aneurysms do not survive the initial 24 hours, and half of the individuals will not survive the following three months. This underlines the importance of aneurysm detection in averting lethal consequences and enabling timely intervention.

Detecting aneurysms is vital, and we are proud to unveil the world’s first realistic brain aneurysm phantom. It offers an objective evaluation platform, simulating three common aneurysm types: middle cerebral artery, anterior communicating artery, and basal artery aneurysms, within a lifelike human-sized head model.

Whether it is optimizing imaging systems or refining AI that helps radiologists spotlight aneurysms during busy workdays – our phantom is an optimal reference to improve diagnostic reliability and patient care.