Separate quantification for each side of all brain lobes including the insula
In combination with the structures of the limbic lobe (see below), a dedicated early and differential diagnosis as well as course assessment of all neurodegenerative diseases with regional volume reduction of the cerebrum is possible.
Limbic lobe for differentiated clarification of dementia forms
Separate representation of relevant structures of the limbic system, which as phylogenetically very old brain structures are involved in basal functions of our brain, such as the control of our drive, learning, memory, emotions as well as a variety of vegetative functions.
The current evaluation includes both the cingulum and the hippocampus. Both brain areas are known to play an important role in Alzheimer’s disease, but also in frontotemporal dementia (FTD).