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ICAD releases new film digitiser that improves image quality and workflow efficiency

ICAD : 03 March, 2008  (New Product)
iCAD has introduced the TotalLook MammoAdvantage system that converts mammography films to digital images for comparative review on a single digital review workstation.
The new version of iCAD's state-of-the-art film digitising solution offers improved image quality, enhanced image customisation options and workflow efficiency features.

TotalLook MammoAdvantage's new DigitalLook and PremiumLook image outputs closely match digital mammography images offering enhanced tissue visualisation, higher contrast and better edge definition to improve comparative reading.

TotalLook MammoAdvantage's software offers configurable image resolution settings that display the digitised images at the same resolution as the digital mammography images, enabling the digitised and newly acquired digital images to be displayed at the same size. The software provides flexible DICOM connectivity solutions for seamless integration with leading review workstations, PACS and RIS systems.

'TotalLook MammoAdvantage provides radiologists with excellent digitised image quality,' said Ken Ferry, chief executive officer of iCAD. 'In addition, the new system enables the most efficient comparative reading of current and prior mammograms, optimising workflow in all care settings.'
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