There are several types of breast cancer. The type of cell affected in the breast determines the type of breast cancer. Carcinoma- Majority of breast cancers are carcinomas which arise from epithelial cells. When the epithelial cells are from glandular tissue involving milk ducts and glands, such type of carcinoma is called as adenocarcinoma.Sarcoma -Less common types of breast cancer include sarcomas which arise from cells of connective tissue of muscle, fat or blood vessels.
The health care startup’s AI-based, radiation-free method is making breast cancer screening more accessible In 2013, as head of the data analytics team at a multinational technology company in Bengaluru, Geetha Manjunath was fathoming ways to unleash analytics and artificial intelligence (AI) in health care. At the time, her team was running a pilot to measure the heartbeat of newborns using web cameras at Manipal Hospital in Karnataka’s Udupi, 400 km west of capital Bengaluru.
NIRAMAI hosted a Continuing Medical Education seminar as part of the launch of NIRAMAI Thermal Mammography at ISHA diagnostics on Wednesday, 21st March 2018. The seminar that saw the participation of gynaecologists/healthcare professionals across North Bangalore with sessions on latest development in the field of women health delivered by experts. Dr. Balakrishna Shetty, Chief of Radiology, ISHA Diagnostics and Vice Chancellor, Siddhartha University, officially announced the availability of NIRAMAI solution at Isha Diagnostics. Niramai solution
Niramai (the winner), AliveCor (the runner up) and InSensus (3rd place) : these are the winners of Open-F@b Call4ideas 2017 proclaimed during the final event of the fourth edition of the international contest promoted by BNP Paribas Cardif, among the first ten insurance companies in Italy, in collaboration with Insurance Up, Open Up and Medici. To select in real time the best ideas on Preventive Insurance, a new concept of insurance no longer based just on mere compensation but on prevention, protection, assistance and interaction with
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