computer-aided detection

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computer-aided detection



Software that alerts a radiologist to abnormal or suspicious elements of a radiological image.
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Computer-aided detection (CADe) or computer-aided diagnosis (CADx), is a technology designed to decrease observational oversights or false negative rates.
Can computer-aided detection with double reading of screening mammograms help decrease the false-negative rate?
Analogous to a spellchecker system on a personal computer, computer-aided detection is used by increasing numbers of radiologists as "a second pair of eyes" when reading a mammogram.
Computer-Aided Detection (CAD), which is becoming more widely used as an adjunct technology to conventional mammography, improves cancer detection by automatically locating and highlighting regions of concern through digital analysis of conventional mammograms.
Though new technology is being harnessed, doctors are split on whether digital mammography or computer-aided detection will have much impact.
com/research/bbf1a6/north_american_mar) has announced the addition of Frost & Sullivan's new report "North American Market for Computer-aided Detection and Diagnosis" to their offering.
CloserLook uses computer-aided detection to find potential malignancies in breast tissue.
DAYTON, Ohio -- Riverain Medical, an industry leader and innovator in computer-aided detection (CAD) and advanced visualization technologies, today announced a poster presentation, "A Superior Chest X-Ray Computer-Aided Detection (CXR CADe) Application: A Reader Study," has beenpublished on the European Society of Radiology's website.
At ECR this year, we will feature leading-edge technologies for computer-aided detection applied to digital mammography and CT colonography, as well as quantitative image analysis and workflow solutions for breast and prostate MRI," said Ken Ferry, President and CEO of iCAD.

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