iCAD updates AI software for detecting breast cancer

Computer-aided detection (CAD) software developer iCAD has launched new features for its ProFound Detection AI software tool designed to help radiologists diagnose cancer on both 2D and 3D mammography.

The latest version of ProFound Detection includes a new configuration option limiting to three the number of lesion marks visible on a workstation view displaying 3D images. This refinement is hoped to ensure that radiologists can interpret the most critical information, the company said.

As a visual aid, iCAD has also introduced color-coded lesion marks and case scores on the ProFound Scorecard. The color-coded system is based on cancer occurrence per screening population and represents the severity of detected lesions and the overall case, iCAD said.

In addition, the update includes support for fine-tuning score ranges based on a facility’s own real-world data, which can allow users to customize the detection system according to their specific clinical needs, iCAD said.

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