Published in Women's Health Weekly, October 19th, 2006
Scientists at The Universities of Manchester and Aberdeen and Cancer Research U.K. have found that the workload of radiologists could potentially be halved by using a new computer-aided system to help read breast x-rays and detect cancer.
With the computer-aided detection (CAD) system, only one expert is needed to look at each mammogram, rather than the usual two. Use of the system could free up the experts' time, enabling more face-to-face consultations and all women to be screened as...
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