Oncology follow-up exams make up over 70% of routine studies. Due to the expanding breadth of data associated with today’s multi-modality, multiple time-point Oncology studies, reviewing these exams can be time-consuming and labor-intensive.  AW’s Oncoquant* application is designed to help organize and display your Oncology data to facilitate your quick review. Oncoquant provides innovative analysis and reporting tools aimed at improving both your clinical capabilities and your reading workflow. 

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OncoQuant medical diagnostic software streamlines Oncology reading so you can spend less time retrieving studies and preparing exams, and more time reading and reviewing. A true cross-modality Oncology reading platform, OncoQuant helps you correlate and compare CT, MR, PET/CT, and 3D X-ray data. It automates workflow to facilitate comparisons over time and makes reviewing follow-up exams more efficient. The Oncology Review protocol and follow-up wizard simplify the assessment, characterization and measurement of findings on the basis of morphologic criteria. 


  • Automatic multi-modality image registration at loading for two or more exams.1
  • Adaptable workflow supports standard criteria such as RECIST 1.0, 1.1,2  WHO.3
  • Dedicated automatic review protocols to identify and load like series.
  • Right-click menu workflow measurements at baseline and follow-up.
  • Intuitive, interactive Summary Table.
  • Single-click Quick Report displays up to four dates including Baseline, Nadir, Prior, and Current exams.

1. Integrated Registration Multi-Modality option required.
2. RECIST is a guideline to perform clinical trials. Rules and guidelines can be found on the official website http://www.eortc.be/Recist/Default.htm.
3. See WHO criteria in the publication: Measures of Response: RECIST, WHO, and New Alternatives, J Clin Oncol 24:3245-3251.


  • Automatic Registration/ Synchronization.1
  • Intelligent review, comparison, and follow up with dedicated protocols.
  • Manages cases between several modalities with no upper limit on the number of exams.
  • Advanced Visualization tools:
    • Autocontour tool provides consistent contouring.
    • Lung VCAR algorithm for lung nodules in CT.2
    • The Volume Viewer Arrow tool lets you mark any finding as an area of interest.
  • Summary table:
    • Baseline and follow up management.
    • Drag and drop Follow up wizard.
    • Target type selection.
    • Research tools.
  • Saves and reloads image and measurements of prior Oncology exams.
  • Exports DICOM and non DICOM images of findings, measurements.
  • Quick report of the entire summary table includes up to 4 exam dates.
  • Statistical results export in CSV format for Excel or OpenOffice.

1. Integrated Registration Multi-Modality option required.
2. Lung VCAR option required.

System Requirements

Minimum Platform Release


  • Upgrade to the newest AW platform to support OncoQuant is available for prior AW platforms.

Pre-requisite Software

Intended Use

OncoQuant is medical diagnostic software that allows the processing, review, analysis and communication of 3D reconstructed images and their relationship to originally acquired images from CT, MR, X-Ray Angiography, SPECT, and PET scanning devices. The combination of acquired images, reconstructed images, annotations, and measurements performed by the clinician are intended to provide to the referring physician clinically relevant information for diagnosis, surgery and treatment planning, and follow-up.


Multi-modality Oncology Workflow for Comprehensive Follow-up and Treatment
By Valerie Laurent, MD, PhD, radiologist, Central University Hospital

OncoQuant has proved to be an invaluable tool for tracking of oncology studies in our facility. We can compare a seemingly limitless number of CT, MR, and PET exams.Moreover, OncoQuant provides a structured workflow for using base lining and NADIR to determine patient response to treatment according to RECIST guidelines.

“OncoQuant gives our oncologists higher confidence in measurement tracking, diminishing the need to repeat the same measurements.”
Isabelle Boulay, MD

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