Published in Law and Health Weekly, May 10th, 2008
Computer Aided Detection (CAD) has significantly expanded its application boundaries. From being a collaborative tool for mammography studies, it has now become established as a comprehensive support tool for cancer diagnosis. In its initial days, CAD was limited to being used with film and digital mammography. However, with advances in technology, CAD is increasingly being used in the detection of lesions for lung/chest applications and with virtual colonoscopy applications.
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