Innovative Breast Cancer Detection Product is Compatible with Hologic, GE and
Siemens Digital Breast Tomosynthesis Systems Significantly Expanding iCAD’s Global Market Opportunity.

Austria (March 1, 2018) – iCAD, Inc.
a global leader in medical
technology providing innovative cancer detection and therapy solutions, today announced
receipt of CE Mark approval for PowerLook Tomo Detection 2.0, the Company’s
second deep-learning based computer aided detection solution that transforms
the way radiologists manage and interpret digital breast tomosynthesis
data.  This innovative breast cancer
detection solution is compatible with Hologic, GE and Siemens systems.  


PowerLook Tomo Detection 2.0 will be showcased in
iCAD exhibition booth (Expo X1, Booth 153) during the European
Congress of Radiology 2018, taking place February 28-March 4, in Vienna, Austria, as well as in the partners’ exhibits.


“With growing demand for powerful detection and
workflow solutions leveraging Artificial Intelligence, especially to assist in
cancer detection, we are thrilled to introduce PowerLook Tomo Detection 2.0 to
the European market, in addition to making our platform compatible with leading
digital breast tomosynthesis providers, including
Hologic, GE and
Siemens,” said Ken Ferry, CEO of iCAD. “This compatibility considerably
increases the market
opportunity for iCAD’s AI solutions.
Most importantly, both providers and patients
alike will now have greater access to one of the most advanced breast cancer
detection solutions available in healthcare today.”


“PowerLook Tomo Detection 2.0 is a unique, high-performance concurrent read cancer
detection solution for breast tomosynthesis that delivers critical benefits to
both radiologists and their patients,” said Jeff Hoffmeister, MD, Vice President
and Medical Director at iCAD. “PowerLook Tomo Detection 2.0 is a
highly accurate product, delivering an increased cancer detection rate and a
low false positive rate that should help increase the confidence of
radiologists, while also driving improvements in reading workflow.”


Using a unique algorithm that is trained to
detect malignancies and determine the probability of cases having malignant
findings, PowerLook Tomo Detection 2.0 provides radiologists with a “certainty
of finding” score for each detected lesion, which represents the algorithm’s confidence
that the detected soft tissue densities (
masses, architectural distortions and asymmetries) and
calcifications are malignant.


About iCAD, Inc.

Headquartered in Nashua, N.H.,
iCAD is a global leader in medical technology providing innovative cancer
detection and therapy solutions. For more information, visit


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