GE Medical Systems receives FDA OK for Seno Advantage

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The FDA has cleared GE Medical Systems' (GEMS) Seno Advantage multi-modality breast imaging review workstation.

The Seno Advantage workstation is designed to provide radiologists with a single access point to more than 30 breast cancer detection tools and applications to enhance clinical productivity with faster connectivity speeds.

Seno Advantage is built from GEMS' Advantage Workstation (AW) platform.

The new workstation includes three monitors - two high-resolution grayscale monitors for full-field digital mammography viewing and one color monitor to view multi-modality images and AW applications.