Gets ‘Comprehensive’ with Enterprise CTB doubled-down on its comprehensive AI strategy with the launch of its Annalise Enterprise CTB solution, which identifies a whopping 130 different non-contrast brain CT findings. 

Initially available for clinical use in the UK, Australia, and New Zealand, Annalise Enterprise CTB analyzes brain CTs as they are acquired, prioritizes urgent cases, and provides radiologists with details on each finding (types, locations, likelihood).  

If this sounds familiar, it’s because’s original Enterprise CXR solution identifies 124 different chest X-ray findings, with previous clinical studies showing that it improves radiologists’ detection accuracy, diagnostic decision making, and reporting speed

We’re also seeing a (less-extreme) push towards comprehensive AI from other vendors, as’s brain CT solution detects 11 findings and a growing field of chest X-ray AI vendors lead with their ability to detect multiple findings (also Lunit,, Oxipit, Vuno).

The Takeaway

Whether’s 10x-larger list of findings results in a similar performance advantage will be decided in the clinic, but Annalise Enterprise CTB and CXR (and any future solutions) should go a long way towards supporting radiology teams who want to improve their detection performance without patching together multiple “narrow AI” solutions .’s Pneumothorax Performance

A new Mass General Brigham study highlighted’s pneumothorax detection solution’s strong diagnostic performance, including across different pneumothorax types and clinical scenarios.

The researchers used Annalise Enterprise CXR Triage Pneumothorax to “analyze” 985 CXRs (435 positive), detecting simple and tension pneumothorax cases with high accuracy:

  • Simple pneumothorax – 0.979 AUC (94.3% sensitivity, 92.0% specificity)
  • Tension pneumothorax – 0.987 AUC (94.5% sensitivity, 95.3% specificity)

The study also suggests that Annalise Enterprise CXR should maintain this strong performance when used outside of Mass General, as it surpassed standard accuracy benchmarks (>0.95 AUC, >80% sensitivity & specificity) across nearly all of the study’s clinical scenarios (CXR manufacturer, CXR projection type, patient sex/age/positioning). 

The Takeaway

The clinical benefits of early pneumothorax detection are clear, so studies like this are good news for the growing number of FDA-approved pneumothorax AI vendors who are working on clinical adoption. 

However, this study feels like even better news for, noting that it is one of the few pneumothorax AI vendors that detects both simple and tension pneumothorax, and considering that Annalise Enterprise CXR is capable of detecting 122 other CXR indications (even if it’s currently only FDA-cleared for pneumothorax).

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