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R2 Technology installs another ImageChecker

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Mammography computer-aided detection firm R2 Technology has placed another ImageChecker system, the company announced. St. Mary’s Hospital in Milwaukee acquired one of the systems this month, joining the two other facilities in its hospital system,

Mammography computer-aided detection firm R2 Technology has placed another ImageChecker system, the company announced. St. Mary’s Hospital in Milwaukee acquired one of the systems this month, joining the two other facilities in its hospital system, Columbia Hospital and St. Mary’s Ozaukee, which also have installed ImageChecker units. Los Altos, CA-based R2 has installed approximately 55 ImageCheckers in institutions across the U.S. since the device was cleared by the Food and Drug Administration in 1998 (SCAN 7/22/98). The system includes a laser digitizer, software, a motorized viewer with display monitors, and a Pentium II computer with neural network boards.

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