Sycai Medical empowers healthcare professionals through AI

We automate the surveillance of pre-cancerous lesions in the abdomen through a disruptive radiology assistant


​Sycai Medical

Our product Sycai Medical is an assistant, which helps radiologists to detect pancreatic cystic lesions, predicting their malignant potential and presenting similar cases to verify the diagnosis.

This kind of lesions can evolve into pancreatic cancer, the 4th cause of death by cancer in Europe with an average survival time from diagnosis of less than 5 months and currently without an efficient method or early diagnosis.


The follow-up treatment of the pancreatic cysts leads to repetitive image tests for life, due to the difficulty of predicting which ones are going to be malignant and which are staying benign.The ability of predicting their evolution is the key to increase early detection of pancreatic cancer and to optimize the follow-up treatments.


State-of-the-art technology

  • Integrated into the hospital PACS

  • Delivers results before the radiologists has even clicked

  • Checks every abdominal CT scan (most of the pancreatic cystic lesions are found accidentaly)

  • Follows all security protocols

  • Assure patient data protection

  • Patients data stay local and are not storage or managed by others 

  • Simple and intuitive interface that reduces adaptation period

  • Software mask can be easily hidden by doctors to avoid bias examinations

  • Brings together the knowledge gathered after thousands of exams with a click

  • Works localy on any PC

  • No need of internet connection (suitable for remote areas)

  • Avoids usage problems due to instable connections or multiple consults


What do people say about us

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Aknowledgements & events

Sycai selected by the pharma company Lilly and UnLimited Spain as winner of the program supporting social entrepreneurship in health