Technology | October 27, 2008

iCAD Introduces Breast MR Solutions to Improve Detection

iCAD Inc.'s new SpectraLook is a kinetics technology integrated into iCAD’s image analysis solutions for breast and prostate MRI studies; CADvue is an image review and analysis software designed to improve the analysis workflow, interventional planning and reporting of breast MR results.

SpectraLook, iCAD’s breast MR analysis solution, provides more diagnostic information by creating colorized images based on signal changes defined by tumor physiology. iCAD’s All Time Point (ATP) analysis is based on an advanced pharmacokinetic model that calculates numerical values of key physiological parameters, allowing the user to detect the different biological processes taking place in malignant versus benign tumors. These key physiological markers can aid in the analysis of large MR datasets.

CADvue image review and analysis software provides maximum functionality facilitating the analysis of ATP colorized images and quantitative data. CADvue allows the user to create standard and customized reports that enable the user to communicate time-sensitive breast MR study results to referring physicians. The reports provide detailed and comprehensive information that is critical to the identification and analysis of abnormalities. 3D colorized images within the report assist clinicians to effectively communicate options to their patients.

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Images in a 55-year-old screening participant. (a, b) Normal digital full-field mediolateral oblique (a) and craniocaudal (b) mammograms (BI-RADS category 1) show a heterogeneously dense breast (ACR category C). (c) Screening ultrasound image shows normal findings (BI-RADS category 1). (d) MR-guided biopsy enabled us to confirm the presence of an invasive high-grade triple-negative cancer (no special type [NST], pT1b, N0, M0). (d) Breast MR image shows a suspicious enhancing mass (arrow) in the left breast (BI-RADS category 5). Image courtesy of the Radiological Society of North America.

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