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FDA Panel Backs Testing Of Concurrent And Sequential Mammography CAD

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

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FDA should require sponsors of computer-aided detection for mammography to test their devices with both sequential and concurrent reading approaches, FDA's Radiological Devices Advisory Panel recommends

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