AI solution for breast cancer detection and diagnosis

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
  • microcalcifications
  • tomosynthesis
  • mammography
  • soft tissue injury
  • 3D
  • lesion

Increase confidence in your diagnosis

Increase confidence in your diagnosis, both for normal and suspected cases, thanks to the dual reading of the AI

Adds another layer of security

Adds another layer of security with alerts that provide global test scores

Identify suspicious lesions faster

Identify and qualify benign or malign lesions faster in suspecious regions

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When I see a score of 1 or 2, even in dense breasts, I become very calm. Obviously, I analyze the mammogram very carefully, but more calmly and quickly than before, which leaves me more time to focus on the less favorable results. On the other hand, when the scores are 8, 9 and 10, I trust the abnormalities indicated by Transpara and I am even more attentive to my analysis.

Dr Marc Abehsera,

Senologist and radiologist
Paris American Hospital


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