computer-aided detection


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computer-aided detection

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CAD

Software that alerts a radiologist to abnormal or suspicious elements of a radiological image.
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C-0309 - "Effect of Breast Density on Computer-Aided Detection System (CAD) Applied to Screen-Film Mammography for Breast Cancer," by S.
C-0407 - "A Computer-Aided Detection System for the Detection of Breast Cancer by Mammographic Characteristics, Lesion Size and Histology," by S.
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.
a developer of computer-aided detection (CAD), recently announced that the companies have entered into a development agreement involving R2's innovative CAD technology, designed to assist radiologists in the early detection of breast cancer.
a leader in computer-aided detection (CAD) and visualization, has announced that Baptist Health South Florida has purchased eight R2 ImageChecker(R) computer- aided detection (CAD) systems.
Computer-aided detection is used by increasing numbers of radiologists as "a second pair of eyes" when reading a mammogram.
Computer-aided detection from iCAD can detect 25% of breast cancers, an average of 14 months earlier than screening mammography alone.
The authors concluded: "The use of computer-aided detection is associated with reduced accuracy of interpretation of screening mammograms.
MIAMI BEACH -- A second interpretation of mammograms with computer-aided detection increased the cancer detection rate by 5% in a study of 4,341 consecutive screening mammograms.
Patients were more likely to be called back for additional imaging when computer-aided detection (CAD) was used (13.

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