An educational session at the Radiology Society of North America's annual conference, Nov. 27-Dec. 2 in Chicago, will explore new trends in computer-assisted decision support systems for breast cancer care.

These systems, called CAD, currently are used to analyze digital mammograms and detect suspicious areas that could be abnormalities. Newer technologies--computer-assisted diagnostics--are appearing that go beyond simple detection, says Maryellen Giger, PhD, a professor of radiology at the University of Chicago.

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