Brain Volumetry

Many neurological and psychiatric disorders are linked to, or imply, modifications of brain structures or substructures. Thanks to advances in imaging devices, leading to improved resolution and contrast, MRI has become the gold standard to monitor changes in brain structures, allowing accurate quantification of their volumes and other shape properties such as thickness for the cortex.

Brain anatomy quantification is used for many pathologies, including:
Dementias such as frontotemporal , MCI, AD …
Psychiatric disorders such as schizophrenia, autism …
Multiple sclerosis



Pixyl.Neuro.BV product provides detailed information on:



  • Grey Matter, White Matter, CSF and Intracranial volumes
  • Cortical structure volumes
  • Subcortical structures, including hippocampi, amygdala and putamen
  • Interhemispheric structures
  • Longitudinal changes on all structures