No Clinical Data Needed For Some Computer-Aided Detection Devices - Panel
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
Clinical performance studies may not be necessary for all new or modified computer-aided detection tools used in radiology applications, an FDA advisory panel concluded Nov. 18
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