R2 gets FDA nod for lung-nodule CAD

Computer-aided detection developer R2 Technology has received Food and Drug Administration clearance for its ImageChecker CT CAD software. ImageChecker CT was cleared for the detection of solid lung nodules during review of multidetector CT (MDCT) chest exams, according to the Sunnyvale, CA-based vendor.

Alexian Brothers Hospital Network in Chicago, which installed R2's ImageChecker CT lung-analysis workstation earlier this year, will be the first facility to upgrade to the newly approved software, R2 said.

By AuntMinnie.com staff writers
July 12, 2004

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