Technology | June 07, 2007

Digital Mammography Capabilities Include Specific Workflows

Dynamic Imaging’s IntegradWeb MAMMO’s digital mammography capabilities include complete digital mammography-specific workflows that include customizable reading layouts and sequences for any third-party full-field digital mammography system as well as automatic retrieval and display of priors.
Also included is support for digital mammography computer aided detection (CAD). CAD markings are applied to the original digital mammography study and can be archived for future reference. Because digital mammography studies are treated like all other modalities, users can take advantage of the rich functionality of IntegradWeb PACS to include anywhere access, saving key images for referring physicians’ print pages as well as portable data for imaging (PDI)-compliant CD burning and importing outside PDI CDs.
IntegradWeb MAMMO also includes AutoFetch, which speeds local and remote reading workflow for digital mammography interpretation as well as for all other modality types. AutoFetch is enabled via IntegradWeb PACS’ Study List.

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