ScanDiags AI software for radiology

The ScanDiags software service provides AI for augmented diagnosis from musculoskeletal MRI.
The ScanDiags service runs as a DICOM node that receives MRI studies and returns its interpretation in text and image to the customer’s PACS. It is under development and available for test and validation, currently supporting algorithms for lumbar spine and knee (classification, sub-classification, quantitative measures). By the expected RTM date early 2023, an initial set of algorithms for lumbar spine is planned to be made avaialble, to be followed by knee, shoulder and hip.

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