Advanced post processing enhances diagnosis while helping to expand patient services

Access advanced applications with Olea/Vitrea™ post processing tools.

Stroke analysis

Complete post-processing solution for stroke care with automatic mismatch assessment and volume computation.

Permeability analysis

Automatically and accurately computes qualitative and quantitative permeability maps.

Image Courtesy of Fujita Health University Hospital, Japan



Post CE



Blood volume

Perfusion and IVIM

Perfusion automatically and accurately computes perfusion maps. IVIM automatically quantifies micro-perfusion with diffusion only or computes non-acquired diffusion b-values.

Post CE


rCBV with leakage correction


F : 006
Vascular volume fraction

D : 0.79
Molecular diffusion restriction coefficient

Bayesian IVIM

Bayesian-based method provides a rigorous probabilistic estimation of parameters. It is fully adaptive, delay-insensitive and highlighted better results than other methods.

Image Courtesy of St. Marianna University School of Medicine, Japan


Dynamic Arterial phase


F : 0.08
Vascular volume fraction

D : 0.79
Molecular diffusion restriction coefficient

Dedicated automatic reporting

Stroke, Prostate (PI-RADS v1 and v2) and breast (BI-RADS) automatic compliant reports.

Volume segmentation

Automatic or semi-automatic segmentation tools to compute volume of interests from various anatomical areas such as cartilage or brain.

Olea Nova™+

“Olea Nova+ allows for the Realtime tissue characterization of lesions in the prostate by only changing the calculated TE value on Olea Sphere. Olea Nova Plus of the prostate enhances the clinical confidence since the calculated TE values/images can be calculated retrospectively. This New Clinical feature from Canon Medical changes the way of evaluating cancers of the prostate while reducing the overall examination time.”

-Dr. Xavier Alomar, Creu Blanca Medical Center, Spain

Follow up solution

Outcome following cerebellar infarction with Longitudinal Analysis produced by Olea.

Image Courtesy of St. Sumitomo Besshi Hospital, Japan




Follow up

Follow up

Follow up

Cardiac solutions

“In cardiac MRI, T1 mapping allows us to evaluate the myocardial tissue properties quantitatively. Even for diffuse lesion that are difficult to be evaluated with LGE, we can evaluate in absolute value with T1 mapping. Therefore, it contributes to the improvement of the diagnostic ability and give additional values to the image diagnosis.”

-Akiyuki Kotoku M.D.,Ph.D, Department of Advanced Biomedical Imaging, St. Marianna University School of Medicine, Japan

Image Courtesy of St. Marianna University School of Medicine, Japan

T1 Mapping

“T1 Mapping allows us to identify the pathologic area without the injection of contrast. In general, a prolonged native myocardial T1 signal is encountered in various disease states that result in edema or fibrosis, and in amyloid deposition.”

-Dr. César Nomura, Instituto do Coração, Brazil

Image Courtesy of Dr. Nomura, Instituto do Coração, Brazil

Wall Motion Tracking

“With Wall Motion Tracking, local wall motion abnormalities associated with ischemia or cardiomyopathy can be evaluated using automatically calculated myocardial strain values. The presence of cardiac motion dyskinesia, which is an indication for cardiac resynchronization therapy, can also be detected by analyzing multiple myocardial strain curves. In addition, global strain, which is a useful index for prognostic assessment and treatment planning in patients with cardiac failure, can be calculated automatically using both short-axis and long-axis images.”

-Dr. Michinobu Nagao, Department of Diagnostic Imaging and Nuclear Medicine, Tokyo Women’s Medical University, Japan