Tomo Detection 2.0
for Digital Breast Tomosynthesis
PowerLook® Tomo Detection 2.0
Artificial Intelligence for Digital Breast Tomosynthesis
The high-performing, concurrent-read, cancer detection and workﬂow solution rapidly analyzes each tomosynthesis image, detecting both malignant soft tissue densities and calcifications with unrivaled accuracy.
Built on the latest deep-learning and artificial intelligence technology, the PowerLook Tomo Detection 2.0 algorithm is clinically proven to assist radiologists in addressing the challenges of reading tomosynthesis cases by:
Compatible with leading digital breast tomosynthesis systems.
0086 *CE mark approved
U.S. F.D.A. Clearance Pending
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Clinical Performance Benefits
Certainty of Finding Scores
The PowerLook Tomo Detection 2.0 algorithm is trained to detect malignancies and determine the probability of malignant findings in each case, providing radiologists with a certainty of finding score that serves as a guide that a suspicious area needs further examination for each detected lesion and each case. These scores represent the algorithm’s confidence that the detected soft tissue densities (masses, architectural distortions and asymmetries) and calcifications are malignant.
Each tomosynthesis plane is analyzed and assigned a Lesion Score on a scale from 0 – 100%.
This score represents the algorithm’s level of confidence that the lesion is malignant.
Each tomosynthesis plane is analyzed and assigned a Case Score on a scale from 0 – 100%.
This score represents the algorithm’s confidence that a case has suspicious findings. The Case Score can also be used to assist radiologists in the prioritization of their caseload.
Tomo Detection 2.0 runs on the industry-leading PowerLook server platform with NVIDIA Graphical Processing Units (GPU). PowerLook is a ﬂexible and reliable DICOM platform that easily integrates with image modalities, mammography review workstations, PACS, and image storage systems. Leveraging the latest in GPU technology, the algorithm can rapidly process a 4-view tomosynthesis case in one to two minutes, ensuring results are available to radiologists in the most efficient manner.