iCAD VeraLook cleared
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
Computer-aided detection system for computed tomography colonography has gained 510(k) clearance from FDA, iCAD reports Aug. 4. VeraLook can automatically identify polyps and streamline the image reading process, the firm said, noting a typical exam may contain 1,200-1,500 images per patient. Last year, CMS issued a national non-coverage decision for CT colonography, also known as virtual colonoscopy, for colorectal cancer screening (1"The Gray Sheet" May 18, 2009). iCAD also markets the SecondLook mammography CAD system
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