The latest version supports digital mammography from all leading vendors and tomosynthesis datasets from Hologic, GE Healthcare, and Siemens Healthcare tomosynthesis systems. Also, VolparaDensity 3.1 supports Hologic sites that use C-View synthetic 2D images and GE SenoClaire sites that acquire 2D craniocaudal (CC) and 3D mediolateral-oblique (MLO) images, Volpara said.
VolparaDensity uses the same algorithm to process both the acquired tomosynthesis projections and the raw data of a conventional 2D mammogram.
VolparaDensity 3.1 has additional features such as new configuration flexibility for patient-specific compression pressure calculations and the ability to route patient results by Volpara density grades (VDGs), which are analogous to BI-RADS density categories. Users may also configure the system to automatically send density results for women with very dense breasts to a specific interpreting radiologist or a breast density specialist for review.
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