The company is showing a new breast density assessment software for tomosynthesis and also tomosynthesis workflow tools to support cancer detection and increased reading efficiency.
During RSNA, researchers will also present data supporting the use of Radion Hub, a cloud-based management system that enables a single radiation oncologist to remotely complete peer reviews across multiple nonaffiliated locations.
iCAD will show the new tomosynthesis software and other products, including its iReveal automated breast density assessment software, PowerLook advanced mammography platform, and VeraLook colon polyp detection technology, in its RSNA booth, No. 2529.
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