Vital Images to use iCAD technology
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
iCAD's Second Look CT computer-aided detection (CAD) will be integrated, pending FDA approval, into the firm's Vitrea 2 medical imaging software for diagnostic evaluation of CT and MR image data to detect polyps that could lead to colon cancer under a non-exclusive agreement. Vital Images inked a July deal with CAD-competitor R2 Technology to incorporate the latter firm's ImageChecker CT system with Vitrea 2 for lung nodules (1"The Gray Sheet" July 19, 2004, p. 22). Vital Images is a distributor for R2...
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