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Dynamic ‘cine’ MRI offers a new and potentially powerful perspective on gastrointestinal function, especially in conditions like Crohn’s where hypo-motility is related to disease activity. Objective assessment of this data with GIQuant could represent an important advance in how we quantify this in the clinic

Stuart A Taylor, Consultant Radiologist and Professor of Medical Imaging, UCL

Motilent's technology allows us quantify bowel motility across a range of gastrointestinal diseases. I have used this technology in my research now for several years and we have found it easy to use, allowing us to measure novel parameters from standard MRI examinations for the first time. The research to date is extremely promising and it’s going to be interesting to see how this innovative technology impacts decision making in the clinic

Professor Robin Spiller, University of Nottingham

I have worked together with Alex Menys and the Motilent team for the last 7 years and they have produced innovative software and other features to optimize MRI of the intestine. This has lead to a tool with capacity for groundbreaking research, and based on that they have made several original studies with major impact on our understanding of the physiology and pathophysiology of the digestive function in health and disease. The methods have the potential to facilitate the clinical diagnosis of gastrointestinal diseases, and ultimately this will lead to improved management strategies and better guidelines in patients with a variety of colorectal disorders

Asbjørn Mohr Drewes, Professor and Chief Physician, Director of Mech-Sense and Centre for Pancreatic Diseases, Aalborg University Hospital