An advanced biliary visualization software that:

•Quantitatively analyses the biliary tree and pancreatic duct

•Uses a noninvasive method without contrast

•Can be generated using historical MRCP images

•Requires no additional hardware, reducing capital expenditure

What is MRCP+?

MRCP+ is a noninvasive diagnostic tool that calculates quantitative 3D biliary system models.1 It enables the measurement of bile duct widths and automatic detection of regions of variation. MRCP+ includes tools for interactive segmentation and labelling of the biliary system and structures. It allows for regional volumetric analysis of the biliary tree, pancreatic duct, and gallbladder.

Combining image viewing, processing, and reporting tools, the quantitative metrics provided are designed to support physicians in the visualization, evaluation, and reporting of hepatobiliary structures.

This information is provided through software-as-a-service in an easy-to-read report delivered directly to the radiologists or referring clinicians.

MRCP+ is available clinically, with FDA 510(k) clearance and CE marking.

The American Medical Association (AMA) issued two Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) codes for the Perspectum MRCP+.

The following Category III CPT codes may be reported by physicians, hospitals for outpatient services, Independent Diagnostic Testing Facilities and Ambulatory Surgery Centers: 0723T and +0724T. These codes go live July 1, 2022.

CPT Code: 0723T – MRCP+
CPT Code: +0724T – MRCP+ add-on to abdominal MRI w/wo contrast

Potential applications of MRCP+

•Assessing autoimmune liver diseases (e.g., primary sclerosing cholangitis, autoimmune hepatitis)

•Screening living liver donors

•Monitoring post-liver transplant

Learn more about MRCP+

  Download "A Guide to Interpreting MRCP Reports for Clinicians"