RapidScreen is the first and only FDA-cleared chest X-ray CAD system to assist the radiologist in detecting early-stage lung cancer. It is a powerful cancer detection tool designed to quickly identify solitary pulmonary nodules between 9 and 30 mm and other suspicious nodules on the original standard AP/PA chest X-ray, providing a virtual second pair of eyes for the radiologist. The system offers film and filmless solutions as well as an upgrade path for those seeking to evolve from film to digital in the foreseeable future.
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