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Barco adds DeepLook AI to its displays for dense breast visualization

by Gus Iversen, Editor in Chief | November 28, 2023
Artificial Intelligence Health IT Women's Health
Barco is adding DeepLook Medical's DL Precise software to its Intuitive Workflow software tool set. The AI visual enhancement software brings hidden data to the surface by segmenting and measuring target breast masses using shape recognition. It also allows for the implementation of color to further sharpen the visual contrast between the lesion and healthy tissue.

DL Precise, the flagship product of DeepLook Medical, is a one-click lesion segmentation, measurement, and visualization tool. Its core technology, patented and FDA-cleared, is a deterministic shape-recognition algorithm that yields consistent results on multiple imaging modalities — mammography, ultrasound, CT and MR — all with a single click.

“The existing Intuitive Workflow Tools will benefit from this add-on AI software tool, which addresses a significant unmet need in medical imaging, enabling rapid and accurate lesion segmentation, measurement, and visualization” says Dirk Feyants, executive vice president of Diagnostic Imaging at Barco. “Combined with our displays’ excellent image quality, this tool offers a new layer of confidence to breast radiologists. We are proud to lead the way in offering breast radiologists the essential tools they require to enhance their patients' well-being."

The plug-in application will be available in a licensing model and can be installed on radiologist workstations, leveraging the QAWeb Enterprise platform, part of Barco’s ecosystem. DL Precise will be integrated with Barco display systems, enabling deployment across hundreds of medical imaging viewers used by thousands of clinicians.

“The combination is a true breakthrough for breast screening and this is just the beginning,” says DeepLook Medical’s CEO Marissa Fayer. “Together with Barco, we are ushering in a new era of in-depth visualization, expanding the capacity of clinicians and helping them improve outcomes for patients.”

The tool is currently available in the United States only, with certifications in other global regions pending and planned.

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