Siemens Looks To CAD Firms In Light Of Digital Mammography Approval
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
Siemens Medical Solutions will work with computer-aided detection system developers R2 and iCAD to link CAD to its Mammomat Novation full-field digital mammography system, PMA approved Aug. 20
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