Technology | June 26, 2006

The latest enhancements to Kodak’s film-based mammography CAD System include: new options for viewing CAD results in portrait or landscape mode that allows radiologists to configure the system to specific hanging preferences; the ability to save scanned mammograms as DICOM files so as films are digitized for CAD, they can also be sent to an archive or any vendor’s PACS system; and the ability to save log files from the system and report the number of markers per film and per case.
Kodak’s CAD system offers enhanced workflow and productivity, including the ability to load multiple film studies into the digitizer at one time, so that technologists can continue imaging patients.

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