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Synapsica partners with Aarthi Scans and Labs

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As a part of the agreement, Synapsica will deploy its AI assistant ‘Spindle’ to power spine MRIs for the diagnostic chain

Synapsica, AI radiology reporting company has announced its partnership with diagnostic chain, Aarthi Scans and Labs. As a part of the agreement, Synapsica will deploy its AI assistant ‘Spindle’ to power spine MRIs for the diagnostic chain.

Synapsica’s Spindle is a global algorithm that automatically report over 35 degenerative (age-related) pathologies in MRI scans of the spine. It can automatically identify key vertebral points and provides a detailed, standardised mensuration of various spinal elements. It can also quickly identify and report variations and pathologies making it easier for both radiologists and clinicians to diagnose the disease as well as quantify the degree of degeneration. Listing clear measurements in the report is extremely useful in the case of degenerative diseases as measurements taken over a period of time can offer a sense of the pace of degeneration as well as whether the treatment is effective or not.

Meenakshi Singh, Co-founder & CEO of Synapsica said, “Artificial Intelligence is the future of radiology and we are proud to be playing our part in scripting this story in India, given the acute dearth of radiologists in the country. We are thrilled about our association with Aarthi Labs, one of the leading integrated diagnostics chains in the country. Their confidence in our product is a testimony that AI can play an extensive role in assisting radiologists, increasing their workflow and enabling more accurate and standardised radiology reporting. We hope more radiology players in the country realize the importance of adopting AI and how it can help them provide high quality reports that can make a huge difference to patient outcomes.”

 

 

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