Four abstracts featuring Veye Lung Nodules presented at ECR 2019

We are very proud to announce that the results from a recently completed clinical study involving Veye Lung Nodules will be showcased at the European Congress of Radiology (ECR) 2019.

This clinical study was conducted at the world-renowned Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh hospital (NHS Lothian) and the Edinburgh imaging facility QMRI, under the leadership of Dr Prof. John Murchison.

Dr Prof. John Murchison, Consultant Radiologist at NHS Lothian, said:

“Aidence’s nodule analysis software appears to be a very useful tool for assisting chest radiologists with lung nodule detection, characterisation and follow-up. The software tool provided similar accuracy compared to experienced chest radiologists, it has real potential to enhance the diagnostic capabilities of thoracic CT.”

The study was conducted as part of our thorough clinical validation process for each of the four features of Veye Lung Nodules: automated nodule detection, classification, segmentation and nodule growth tracking. Our commitment to the highest standard of clinical validation and our close collaboration with leading medical imaging researchers will be on display at Europe’s largest radiology event. Two of these abstracts will be presented to an audience, and two will be in the electronic poster (EPOS) format visible onsite and online.

*Note: Veye Lung Nodules was known as Veye Chest at the time of the event.

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