FDA panel recommends approval for computer-assisted mammography screening device
This article was originally published in Clinica
An FDA advisory committee has unanimously recommended that the US agency approve, with labelling conditions, a computer-assisted device which picks out suspect areas on mammograms. The M1000 ImageChecker System, made by R2 Technology, will be used as an aid to radiologists while screening mammograms.
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