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Wednesday, June 19, 2019

CAD in concurrent reading mode boosts breast cancer detection, shortens read times

Health Imaging (6/19) reports that Computer-aided detection (CAD) can help inexperienced radiologists detect cancers on automated breast (AB) ultrasound (US), particularly in asymptomatic women. Moreover, CAD used in concurrent-reading mode improves the diagnostic performance of both novice and experienced readers, while shortening overall reading times, according to a study published in Radiology.

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Author: Nicole Hardy
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