Interactive atlas of Radiological Anatomy, built to support organ and target delineation. It encompasses every part of the body except for the limbs.
This system aims to provide a new standard in radiotherapy care. Anatom-e incorporates treatment recommendations and radiation dose limits, as well as other pertinent information that can now be easily found encompassed in a single source.

Atlas/Information Systems

  • Radioterap-e


    The Anatom-e Viewer can import patient data and use Anatom-e’s Deformable Anatomic Template (DAT) by changing its shape and warping to fit the patient’s anatomy. The Anatom-e Viewer can also load patient Radiation Therapy Dose and Structure Sets combined with the DAT to compare how similar the contouring is from the normal structures or structures of interest. The Anatom-e technology team strives to stay on the cutting edge of medical visualization and interface technology to improve patient care and access to previously inaccessible information.


    • Automatic construction of complete contouring atlases including CTV, lymphatics and elective areas based on published standards for the complex cases.
    • Collection of the best, clinically proven treatment protocols for each tumor site.
    • Contouring guides for every post-operative scenario to reduce errors.
    • Automatic protocol updates.
    • Automatic staging tools

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  • Radiologi-e


    Faster, more accurate and more informative reports!

    The Anatom-e System can be used for a variety of analysis tasks. It has helpful usability tools to assist the Radiologist in fulfilling their role in the diagnostic and information processes leading to more accurate, informative and structured radiological reports!

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  • Universit-e


    Universit-e® is the perfect tool to teach contouring and establish a first contact with the patient’s route on a radiotherapy department, all this in an autonomous way that has been scientifically proven.

    Using this software, residents may choose the appropriate contouring guide for a specific case, understand the criteria for inclusion or exclusion of elective areas, learn the surrounding anatomy and walk through the entire process from the preliminary examination, through the entire course of treatment to the mitigation of side effects.

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