Key visual MRI for Radiation Therapy

syngo.via RT Image Suite

Boosting efficiency

Radiation therapy is a dynamic and fast-changing field. The number of patients receiving this type of therapy is continually rising. Software applications have a key role to play here and can support efficient workflows and deliver precision for advanced therapies, they will drive clinical excellence in RT today and into the future.

syngo.via RT Image Suite was developed for radiation oncology professionals. Designed as a user-friendly work aid to make simulation, image assessment, and contouring easier and better integrated. It simplifies and standardizes daily tasks, and gives you the capabilities you need to go beyond the current standard.

Ease what you do. Seize new opportunities.

Features & Benefits

 MR-based Synthetic CT results for pelvis and brain

Synthetic CT Re-imagined
Synthetic CT Re-imagined

Clinical Use

Dose Distribution MR-based Synthetic CT
Clinical evaluation and image courtesy of Universitätsklinikum Erlangen, Strahlenklinik, Germany
  • <19 mean dose difference in PTV, GTV, evaluated OAR
  • <0.5% and 1.4% mean dose difference for the brainstem and chiasma respectively
Synthetic CT Line Profile Comparison
Courtesy of Centre Hospitalier de l'Université de Monréal, Canada

The geometric fidelity test was passed with an average symmetric surface distance (ASSD) <1mm for brain and pelvis. For HU accuracy, line profiles from CT and MR-based Synthetic CT of the same patient were compared as shown in the image.


Consistent, high-quality contoured images are key for precise radiation therapy planning. The automation of organs-at-risk contouring could help increase consistency while achieving better efficiency. Gain first-hand user experience from the Department of Radiation Oncology at Universitätsklinikum Erlangen.