Transpara assists radiologists in their interpretation of a mammography exam. Transpara provides a probability of the presence of breast cancer based on automatically detected and AI-scored lesions.
Automatic lesion detection: soft tissue lesions and microcalcifications
Segmentation and contouring of suspicious regions.
Evaluation of the level of malignancy of each lesion detected.
Definition of a regional score for each microcalcification and suspicious tissue lesion.
Analysis of the overall probability that cancer is present in a mammogram.
Categorization of the examination based on an overall score.
- breast cancer
- soft tissue injury
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