The uniquely actionable

MammoScreen Score™

is calibrated in order for you to feel highly confident in the cases which score low or high. Mammograms marked with a score between 1 and 4 are very unlikely to contain cancers. Cases scored between 7 and 10 are very likely to be malignant. For scores of 5 or 6, the AI software works with the expert eyes of the Radiologist to come to a conclusion. These would be cases where you would have to take a closer look and use the software as a detection tool.

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How is The MammoScreen Score™ different?

Results are by construction consistent at the lesion, 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 lesion within the breast(s).

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

Clear colour coding gives a fast, decision-making support

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MammoScreen Negative

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MammoScreen Benign

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Benign (Additional review recommended)

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Benign (Additional review recommended)

MammoScreen Indeterminate

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MammoScreen™ can facilitate your cancer diagnosis

highlighting zones for you to pay attention that may have been overlooked. The software initially presents only suspicious lesions. For the majority of mammograms with a low likelihood of cancer (up to 75% of the cases), the interface will not present any marks on the display, in order to ease the reading that helps you proceed 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 lesions shown?

Many CAD software display the whole analysis in one go, which makes it difficult to centre on the important data procured. Bringing forward only the lesions that need closer attention sidesteps the problem of overloading the scan with a multitude of data.

Not all interfaces are the same

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

Brightly coloured heat maps draw your attention to suspicious areas. Yet, these maps can render it impossible to observe the lesions. Transparent circles bring into attention the lesions adequately, making it easy to observe the lesion in question. Zoom thumbnails are there to help you identify the detected lesions easily.

Not all interfaces are the same

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

It can be difficult to draw an accurate conclusion or to know whether to call the patient back in or not when breast and case level lesions are separated.
Your next steps are made clearer with a single unified Score system.

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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