The uniquely actionable

MammoScreen Score™

provides quick and reliable confirmation of what you suspect and what needs more attention.The MammoScreen Score™ is calibrated so you can have high confidence in cases with high or low scores. Mammograms with a score from 1 to 4 are very unlikely to contain cancers. Cases with a score from 7 to 10 are very likely to be malignant. With scores of 5 or 6, the AI software calls attention to cases where the radiologist will need to take a closer look to draw a conclusion.

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What makes the MammoScreen Score™ different?

Results are by construction consistent at the finding, breast and mammogram level. It is always possible to track down a high suspicion of malignancy for a mammogram to the corresponding breast(s), and to a specific finding within the breast(s).

Numerical scale indicates probability of malignancy and software’s confidence in the results

Easy-to-understand color coding gives at-a-glance decision-making support

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Lowest suspicion

Lowest

Low

Low suspicion

Low

Low suspicion

Indecisive

Indecisive

Indecisive

Indecisive

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High suspicion

High

High suspicion

Highest

Highest suspicion

Highest

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MammoScreen® can help you catch cancers

indicating areas to look at that you might have missed. At first, the software displays only suspicious findings. For the majority of mammograms with a low likelihood of cancer (up to 75% of the cases), you won’t see any marks on the interface, which may help you move faster.


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Not all interfaces are the same

Which results are easier to read?All findings displayed at the same time?Or only suspicious findings shown?

Many CAD software show all findings at once, which makes it difficult to focus attention on what is really important.
Displaying only the most worrisome findings avoids overloading the image with too many details.

Not all interfaces are the same

Which visual indication of findings is clearer?Heat maps or transparent circles?

Highlighting suspicious areas with brightly colored heat maps gets your attention.
However, heat maps can obstruct your view of the lesions.
Transparent circles highlight findings effectively, without interfering with your view.
With zoom thumbnails helping you to better identify the findings detected.

Not all interfaces are the same

What is clearer and more actionable?Interpreting two separate findings scores—one at the finding level and another for the case?Or interpreting a single Score that rolls from the findings, to the breast and to the case level?

With separate breast and case level findings, it’s not always obvious what conclusions to draw, or whether or not to recall the patient.
With a single, unified Score, your course of action is more clear.

Experience the Power of MAMMOSCREEN®

There’s a reason MammoScreen® software beat over a 120 independent teams of data experts to win the DREAM Mammography Challenge. Fast. Intuitively actionable. Easy to integrate into your workflow. And transformational for practices of any size. Take 10 minutes for a demo, and see what it’s like to have MammoScreen® AI at your side.

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