syngo 3D Basic

syngo 3D Basic (MPR) processes volume data sets from various modalities as MIP, MPR, or SSD reformats, quickly and easily in routine use.


Caratteristiche e vantaggi

Clinical Applications

All clinical/medical applications for this application or package


Input Control:

  • 3D series list function with consistency check of 3D series suitable for 3D processing
  • Overlapping 3D series can be merged into a single, consistent 3D series


Data Set Preparation:

  • Data to be visualized can be confined by clipbox or irregular volume-of-interest function that allows obstructing information to be punched out


Image Generation:

  • Multiplanar Reconstruction (MPR) for interactive move through 3D volumes at arbitrary orientation
    − Real-time reconstruction of secondary slices in orthogonal, oblique or double-oblique orientations with variable slice thickness (MPR thick, MPR thin) and slice distance
    − Calculation of curved cuts
    − Automatic generation of parallel or radial ranges
    − Frequently used range settings can be stored
    − Cutlines can be determined in the reference topogram or from a 3D surface reconstruction
  • Maximum Intensity Projection (MIP) for angiographic display
    − Projection of pixels with highest intensity (vascular information) onto an arbitrarily oriented plane for display and diagnosis of e.g. aneurysms, plaques, stenoses, vascular anomalies or vascular origins
    − Thin MIP function for projection within a slab of the data set, automatic generation of radial ranges
    − The resulting series can be viewed with a 3-dimensional impression using the Movie function
  • Shaded Surface Display (SSD) for surface display of complex anatomies
    − 3-dimensional display of surfaces from a series of contiguous slices using a variable threshold with fast preview and high image quality mode
    − Used to display and analyze various anatomies, e.g. from the visceral cranium, pelvis, hips, etc. for the purpose of planning surgical interventions
    − The 3D objects can be tilted and rotated in real-time on the monitor using a virtual trackball; automatic generation of radial series of SSD displays


As MPR, MIP, or SSD are different visualization filters of the same data set, the user can arbitrarily switch between these modes as well as blow up the actual display segment. Reconstructed images or ranges can be stored or send to film sheet

General Requirements

  • SOMATOM Sensation
  • SOMATOM Spirit
  • SOMATOM Emotion
  • SOMATOM Definition

Please Note: Additional technical pre-requisites may apply. Upon receiving your request, your local Siemens representative will clarify whether your system meets the requirements.