Technology | November 19, 2013

iCAD to Demonstrate CT Colonoscopy at RSNA 2013

icad veralook colonoscopy ct systems software mri computer aided RSNA 2013
November 19, 2013 — Computer-aided detection (CAD) vendor iCAD will show its VeraLook solution for virtual colonoscopy (CTC), designed to enhance clinician accuracy and effectiveness by improving detection of colonic polyps, at the Radiological Society of North America Annual Meeting (RSNA 2013). VeraLook will be demonstrated on a Vital Images Vitrea workstation. 
VeraLook helps radiologists:
  • Identify colon polyps to aid in the reading process
  • Integrate with specialized CTC reading environments
  • Improve accuracy, productivity and workflow
  • Streamline the reading process and improve consistency
MRI image analysis solutions
Invivo Corp now offers iCAD’s MRI product suite for quantification image analysis of the breast, prostate and other organs under the name DynaCAD. Invivo will be showcasing these products at booth 2700 in South Building, Hall A at RSNA 2013.

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