News / Breast Module
Breast cancer is by far the most common cancer in women in Germany. In order to detect breast cancer, several imaging examination procedures such as mammography, breast ultrasonography and breast MRI are used. The new mamma module of RadioReport® takes the images of all modalities into account in the reporting process.
The highlight: The breats module has special localizers that visualize conspicuous areas and lesions in the image. This further facilitates the diagnosis and minimizes the risk of overlooking something.
Clinical colleagues providing further treatment can record the findings more quickly and clearly.
The breast module contains all nationally and internationally important guidelines, including the BI-RADS (Breast Imaging Reporting and Data System) nomenclature. By integrating these guidelines, even radiologists with less experience in breast diagnostics or colleagues in further training can easily maintain generally valid standards in breast reporting. The breast module automatically categorizes differential diagnoses according to “frequent” and “rare” and offers less experienced radiologists an important orientation aid.
An optional functionality in the mamma module automatically translates the findings into a form that is patient-friendly.
New: Chest CT module
In addition to the entire spectrum of chest disorders, the module can also be used to fully present the changes demonstrated in patients with COVID-19 (SARS2) associated pneumonia.
New: Spine MRI module
The module covers all regions of the spine from C0 to the os sacrum including the SI joints.
Quality up, workload down
RadioReport® offers various features that can be used to speed up reporting in a “controlled” manner, allowing flexible work tailored to the situation.