R2 Technology Inc. unveiled its new Citra Mammography Applications Suite for use with Sectra’s multimodality, vendor-neutral, universal breast imaging workstation. Citra is the first system to “CAD-enable” digital mammography reading workflow, offering the radiologist unique decision support tools and superior productivity during review of mammography cases.
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