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Date:7/11/2013

n Men for Select Cancers(2012): Number of Deaths in Thousands for Lung & Bronchus,Liver, Colorectal and Prostate Cancers (includescorresponding Graph/Chart) II-11

Table 6: Global Cancer Mortality in Women for Select Cancers

(2012): Number of Deaths in Thousands for Breast, Lung &

Bronchus, Colorectal and Liver (includes corresponding

Graph/Chart) II-11

Table 7: World Breast Cancer Statistics: Top 20 Countrieswith Highest Breast Cancer Rates (includes correspondingGraph/Chart) II-12

3. APPLICATION LANDSCAPE II-13

Present Applications of CAD II-13

What Lies Ahead at the Application Front? II-13

CAD in Breast Cancer II-13

CAD Simplifies Breast MRI Image Analysis; Tremendous Scope

for Adoption Ahead II-13

Breast MRI - Lagging behind Mammography in Cancer Detection II-14

CAD Solutions for Breast Cancer II-14

SecondLook Digital CAD (iCAD) II-14

R2 ImageChecker (Hologic, Inc.) II-14

SpectraLook CAD Solution (iCAD) II-14

DynaCAD Breast (Invivo) II-15

CADstream Breast MRI Application (Merge Healthcare) II-15

List of Approved CAD Solutions for Breast MRI II-15

CAD in Prostate Cancer II-16

CAD in Lung Cancer II-16

The Background II-16

An Overview of CAD Solutions for Lung Cancer Detection II-17

IQQA (EDDA Technology) II-17

OnGuard (Riverain Medical) II-17

xLNA (Philips) II-18

syngo CAD Solutions (Siemens) II-18

CAD in Liver Cancer II-18

CAD Solutions for Liver Cancer Detection II-18

CADstream (Merge Healthcare) II-18

IQQA (EDDA Technology) II-18

CAD in the Detection of Prostate Cancer II-19

Available CAD Solutions for Prostate Cancer II-19

CAD in the Detection of Colon Cancer II-19

CAD in Cardiology II-20

Increasing Need for CAD in Cardiology II-20

Automatic Workflow Integration Fuels Demand for Cardiac CAD II-20
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