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NCBC2014: VuComp M-Vu Breast Density Measurement Technology To Be Exhibited

2014 06 May

VuComp, Inc. will exhibit its new, automated breast density measurement technology, M-Vu Breast Density, at the American College of Radiology (ACR) 36th National Conference on Breast Cancer (NCBC) from May 8-10 at the Arizona Biltmore in Phoenix. Clinical studies have shown that dense breasts can make breast cancer detection in a mammogram more... Read more

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SIIM 2014: Carestream to Participate in Digital Breast Tomosynthesis Session

2014 17 Apr

Carestream’s Vue PACS workstation enhances productivity by allowing users to read digital breast modalities and general radiology exams from a single desktop Carestream will be a panel participant in a session on “Problems and Solutions in Breast Tomosynthesis” to be held during the 2014 meeting of SIIM (Society for Imaging Informatics in Medicine). ... Read more

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VuCOMP Computer-Aided Mammography Detection Installed at Baptist Health

2014 11 Mar

VuCOMP, Inc. has announced the installation of both the M-Vu Breast Density and M-Vu CAD (Computer-Aided Detection) for Mammography throughout Baptist Health imaging centers in Jacksonville, Florida.   VuCOMP’s Breast Density and CAD systems are designed to provide an unprecedented level of performance to help radiologists find breast cancer... Read more

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VuCOMP Third-Generation M-Vu® Computer-Aided Detection (CAD) System Receives FDA Approval

2014 05 Feb

VuCOMP has announced FDA premarket approval (PMA) of the M-Vu CAD Version 3 system for digital mammography. This latest generation of CAD technology drives the false positive rate down even further than VuCOMP’s proven M-Vu Version 2.  The key advancement of the new M-Vu CAD is its substantial reduction of false positive marks, making this... Read more

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RSNA 2013: Riverain Chest X-ray CAD Detects Previously Missed Lung Cancers

2013 04 Dec

Riverain Technologies computer-aided detection (CAD) software with bone suppression technology detects subtle lung cancers missed on chest X-ray images and could lead to an earlier diagnosis by an average of 18 months, according to new research presented at this year’s Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting of the Radiological Society of North America... Read more