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Computer-Aided Detection Systems, Lung Nodule

Definition : Computer aided detection systems designed to detect and classify areas in thoracic radiographies with abnormalities (e.g., nodules) that may be indicative of lung cancer. These systems typically consist of a film digitizer, a computer capable of using appropriate algorithms for nodule detection and evaluation, and a display/and or printer that provides an image, showing regions of interest (ROI) in the chest radiography, including lung and mediastinum.

Entry Terms : "Thoracic Radiography Digital Analyzers" , "Lung Nodule Detection Systems"

UMDC code : 20356

   

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Edda Technology Inc

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Hologic Europe NV

Riverain Technologies

An industry leader and technology innovator, Riverain Technologies applies proprietary pattern recognition and machine learning technologies in the creation of software applications for use globally in the health care industry and beyond.

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