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Mammography advisory committee

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

Executive Summary

FDA National Mammography Quality Assurance Advisory Committee will convene April 19 to discuss whether images from reconstructed, compressed digital data, and digitized film-screen mammograms can be used for primary interpretation or storage. CDRH Director David Feigal touched on the issue at a recent oncology meeting: "As we increasingly use telemedicine and data compression techniques to be able to squeeze data-dense images into telephone lines or high-speed lines and open them back up on a remote computer," FDA needs to ensure that information is not altered or lost. The committee also will address ways to reduce regulatory burdens for MQSA facilities and discuss revisions to the compliance guide...



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