Technology | Breast Imaging | December 14, 2016

FDA Clears eUnity for Diagnostic Mammography Reading

Zero-footprint enterprise viewing platform can now be used for viewing diagnostic mammography and tomosynthesis images

Client Outlook, eUnity enterprise image viewing platform, FDA clearance, diagnostic mammography reading

December 14, 2016 — Client Outlook announced in November that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has cleared its eUnity viewing platform for diagnostic reading of mammography images.

eUnity is an advanced, scalable, zero-footprint diagnostic enterprise image viewing platform that allows healthcare providers to access, manipulate and collaborate over full diagnostic-quality medical images without the need for expensive GPU-based hardware. Already used for radiology reading at many healthcare enterprises, providers can now use eUnity to diagnose mammography and breast tomography images, all from a single viewing platform.

For more information: www.clientoutlook.com

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