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Merge CADstream®

MRI-CAD for breast, liver and prostate analysis and reporting

Merge CADstream is a sophisticated software application for breast, prostate and liver that automates the analysis of MRI studies and improves interpretation, reporting and interventional planning workflow.


With CADstream you can work with large data sets more efficiently and accurately, and reduce the amount of time spent analysing studies through features that enhance planning and speed the path to treatment.


Powered by state-of-the-art algorithms, Merge CADstream delivers insightful data visualisation and segmentation that helps radiologists characterise abnormalities, access priors, streamline reporting, and ease interventional planning.

The post-processing and advanced analysis in CADstream lets me and the other radiologists diagnose much faster and more effectively.

Dr Robert Kagan

Medical Director, MRI & Imaging Centres

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Key features of Merge CADstream

Automated Study Processing

Automatically processes studies according to a site’s pre-set preferences, building in efficiencies, standardizing study analysis, and providing consistent interpretation
and reporting.

Breast, Liver and Prostate Applications

CADstream applications, which can all be placed on a single server, were designed for the specific workflow needs of breast, prostate and liver MRI study processing and analysis.

Flexible Architecture

Designed for practices of all sizes and allows customers to receive data from any MRI and send data to any PACS. CADstream also provides access to studies from anywhere on the network, enabling remote reading and interventional planning.


CADstream is the only MRI-CAD system that offers a software-only option, allowing customers to provide their own hardware for CADstream.

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Watch & Learn

Dr. Ian Gardiner, Director of the Breast Imaging Program at the Canada Diagnostic Centre in Vancouver, British Columbia, presents a series of informative training videos on Merge CADstream for breast, liver and prostate.

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