Breast cancer is the most diagnosed cancer among women worldwide, accounting for 1 in 4 cancer cases. It is the most frequent cancer amongst both sexes and is the leading cause of death from cancer in women. The estimated 2.3 million new cases indicate that one in every 8 cancers diagnosed in 2020 is breast cancer.
mCAD is a solution for analyzing mammogram images for detection of breast cancer lesions. The system will analyze breast x-ray images (mammograms) to detect lesions indicative of malignancy.
- Can be used for Breast Cancer screening at early cancer detection centers.
- Can be used to automatically detect and highlight breast cancer lesions indicative of malignancy.
- Can be used as Breast Cancer diagnosis tool having GUI with multiple hanging protocols, zooming, image inversion and measurements
- Can be used for BI-RADS standard reporting for mammography
- Automatically detects breast cancer lesions like mass, calcification and architectural distortion
- Analyses mammograms for breast cancer lesions and classifies the case as either NORMAL or REVIEW. REVIEW cases are re-screened by the radiologists for final conclusion
- Automatic identification of benign calcification and micro calcification clusters
- Highlights the lesions detected for a second look by the experts
- CAD GUI for diagnosis of mammogram images
- Supports BI-RADS standard reporting format and statistical reporting
Platform Required (if any)
The hardware of CAD Workstation should have the following minimum configuration
- Quad Core processor or above
- 16 GB RAM
- 2 TB HDD
- High resolution (at least 5 MP) dual view Medical imaging workstation-monitor certified for mammogram review with required accessories including compatible graphics card
- UPS backup as required shall be included for the workstation and monitors
- Hardware required to provide input to the system
- Full Field Digital Mammography or
Analog Mammography with Certified Mammography Film Digitizer
Contact Details for Techno Commercial Information
Health Technology Group,
Phone: +91-471-2723333, 2726721
Fax: +91-471-2722230, 2723456