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We develop advanced medical devices powered with Artificial Intelligence.
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We employ Artificial Intelligence for objective and clinically relevant analysis of medical images.
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We are partnered with a global leader in theranostic medicine to target and treat cancer.
EXINI’s Artificial Intelligence enabled product received FDA clearance on GE Healthcare’s XELERIS platform
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has granted 510(k) clearance for the use of EXINI’s artificial intelligence enabled automated bone scan index (aBSI) on GE Healthcare’s Xeleris platform. EXINI has entered into a global software licensing agreement with GE Healthcare for the rights to EXINI bone, a vendor neutral stand-alone variant of aBSI that is enabled with artificial intelligence. Under the terms of the non-exclusive agreement EXINI will receive tiered licensing fees per license sold.Read More
Lantheus Completes Merger
Lantheus Holdings, Inc. (the “Company”) (NASDAQ: LNTH), the parent company of Lantheus Medical Imaging, Inc. (“LMI”), a global leader in the development, manufacture and commercialization of innovative diagnostic imaging agents and products, today announced that it has completed its previously announced merger with Progenics Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (“Progenics”) (Nasdaq: PGNX), an oncology company developing innovative medicines and artificial intelligence to find, fight and follow cancer. The merger agreement was first announced on October 2, 2019.Read More
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What do the experts say about the future of AI in medical imaging?
Providing a quantifiable and reproducible assessment of PSMA uptake and distribution in the body is critical here to enable precision oncology in prostate cancer.
The quantification and standardization of PSMA scan reports is a major step forward to enhance the reproducibility and timeliness of scan interpretations.
Modern chess AI running on even modest hardware can easily defeat the greatest human grand masters. There’s no reason to think the eventual outcome will be any different with diagnostic imaging. PSMA-AI is a step towards that goal.
Artificial intelligence is essential to advance molecular imaging in cancer, to capture the power of MI for detection and quantitating molecular expression of individual tumor lesions within the prostate cancer patient.