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EDDA earns CE mark for liver software

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Software developer EDDA Technology has earned the CE mark for its IQQA-Liver product, which automates quantitative volumetric evaluation of liver, liver lobes and segments, hepatic lesions, and vasculature.

Software developer EDDA Technology has earned the CE mark for its IQQA-Liver product, which automates quantitative volumetric evaluation of liver, liver lobes and segments, hepatic lesions, and vasculature. The software facilitates evaluation of imaging data, as well as simulating tumor resection. The product, which can be deployed onto any existing hospital PACS workstations or via the web, was previously cleared by the FDA and China SFDA.

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