INTContour

Organ Segmentation Powered by AI


Supported Structures


INTContour’s award winning segmentation algorithms support more than 60 structures (target + OAR) from major anatomical sites.

Head & Neck
Thorax
Abdomen
Male Pelvis
Bone_Mandible
Joint_TM_L
BronchialTree
A_Aorta
Bladder
BrachialPlex_L
Joint_TM_R
Esophagus
AdrenalGland_L
Femur_Head_L
BrachialPlex_R
Larynx
Heart
AdrenalGland_R
Femur_Head_R
Brain
Lens_L
Lung_L
Esophagus
PenileBulb
Brainstem
Lens_R
Lung_R
GallBladder
Prostate
Cavity_Oral
Lobe_Temporal_L
SpinalCanal
Kidney_L
Rectum
Cochlea_L
Lobe_Temporal_R
SpinalCord
Kidney_R
SeminalVesicle
Cochlea_R
MidEar_L
Trachea
Liver
Eye_L
MidEar_R
Pancreas
Eye_R
OpticChiasm
PortalVein
Glnd_Lacrimal_L
OpticNrv_L
Spleen
Glnd_Lacrimal_R
OpticNrv_R
SplenicVein
Glnd_Submand_L
Parotid_L
Stomach
Glnd_Submand_R
Parotid_R
V_Venacava_I
InnerEar_L
Pharynx
InnerEar_R
Pituitary

Seamless Integration


INTContour provides multiple avenues for workflow incorporation, including:
  • Web-based access and DICOM tools
  • Integration with vendor APIs
INTContour's fully automated workflow identifies new studies and segments the structures within. The resulting DICOM structure set files are automatically pushed to a user-specified DICOM node

Customizable to Fit Your Protocols


INTContour contains built-in models, protocols, and structures for each supported anatomical region. Users can customize each to match the practices at their respective institutions.
  • Built-in models can be updated with user-provided data using incremental learning*
  • Protocols can be modified to only include structures relevant to each study
  • Protocol-specific structures can be manipulated morophologically, combined, renamed, and/or removed

AI-based Segmentation Made Easy


INTContour was designed to solve one of the most time-consuming tasks in radiation treatment planning to enable a more efficient workflow for radiation therapy and lead to improved cancer treatments. Take a quick video tour of our product to find out more!


*User-based model updates are intended for research purposes only at this time