The World Health Organisation (WHO) estimates that

two-thirds of the world’s population

lack adequate access to basic imaging services.

RADIFY™ for Ultrasound

Ultrasound is a relatively inexpensive and portable modality of diagnosis for life-threatening diseases and for use at the point-of-care.

The procedure is a non-invasive tool and it quickly gives doctors information necessary to make a diagnosis. Sonography machines are now being produced in smaller sizes making them more accessible to developing countries.

AI can assist to deliver impactful and feasible medical solutions to
countries where there are significant resource challenges.

Envisionit Deep AI™ is committed to achieving radiology-level performance for diagnosis on ultrasound images.

RADIFY for ultrasound identifies the presence of a specific pathology on the image/video frame including the location of the pathology. 

It includes a bounding box and generates a series of heatmaps that augment and enhance the area of interest so that the pathology identified is more visible to the end-user.

RADIFY™ – use case 1.

RADIFY™ detected a malignant breast mass( bounding box and heat maps displayed )on the ultrasound of a 55 year old female undergoing routine breast screening.

RADIFY™ – use case 2.

Multiple benign cystic breast lesions detected by RADIFY™ ( bounding box and heat maps displayed) on the ultrasound of 43 year old patient.

How we can help Radiologists:

With the concurrent use of RADIFY™ for Ultrasound, we can improve the accuracy and effectiveness of detecting breast cancer.

  • Identifies common pathologies in real time
  • Pathologies highlighted with bounding boxes and heat maps
  • Focused assessment with sonography at the point of care
  • Triage and quick diagnosis of life threatening diseases

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RADIFY for Ultrasound

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