Lightpoint secures NHS development contract
June 3, 2015 -- Luminescence imaging technology developer Lightpoint Medical has been given a 1 million pound (1.37 million euros) development contract from the National Health Service (NHS) England.
Materialise updates 3D software
May 29, 2015 -- Belgian software developer Materialise has released new versions of its Mimic Innovation Suite software.
Study finds higher breast recall rates in U.S. vs. Denmark
May 27, 2015 -- New evidence has shown that women screened for breast cancer in the U.S. were recalled for workup much more frequently than women screened in Denmark, and cancer detection rates also varied significantly, according to a study published by the International Journal of Cancer.
New breast tomo CAD shows high sensitivity
May 26, 2015 -- A new computer-aided detection (CAD) algorithm for digital breast tomosynthesis studies delivers high sensitivity and an acceptably low false-positive rate, according to Italian researchers. In a retrospective study of nearly 200 women who underwent DBT for breast cancer screening, CAD demonstrated sensitivity of 89% with a false-positive rate of 2.7 per breast.
CTC CAD boosts readers' attention -- but to what effect?
May 25, 2015 -- The use of computer-aided detection (CAD) significantly alters the search and identification of polyps among readers of CT colonography (CTC) data, according to a new study in the June issue of European Radiology. In particular, CAD drew radiologists' attention to polyps more quickly, but it also prompted them to spend more time interpreting scans.
Transfer learning speeds image segmentation
May 22, 2015 -- The development of automated image segmentation schemes can be enhanced significantly with the application of a process called transfer learning, according to a new Dutch study published in the May edition of IEEE Transactions on Medical Imaging.
Israeli start-up eyes big-data tools for imaging analysis
May 21, 2015 -- For Israeli image analysis software developer Zebra Medical Vision, size definitely matters. The start-up believes its database of 10 million curated imaging studies and extensive collaborations with researchers around the world will take image analysis algorithms to a whole new level.
HeartFlow promotes FFR study at EuroPCR
May 21, 2015 -- Cardiac software developer HeartFlow is promoting a study at this week's EuroPCR 2015 meeting in Paris on the use of its fractional flow reserve (FFR) CT analysis software to assess the severity of coronary artery stenosis.
EOS launches 3D modeling service
May 14, 2015 -- EOS Imaging has launched a new service in which it will create 3D models from stereographic images acquired with its digital x-ray system.
Sectra wins award for visualization table
May 6, 2015 -- Swedish PACS firm Sectra has been awarded the Dirk Bartz Prize for Visual Computing in Medicine 2015 for its interactive visualization table.
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