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Analyzing the Options of Breast Imaging Technology

With controversy lingering around mammography, advances in breast imaging may provide safer and more effective options.

Women's Imaging

50-year-old patient presented for screening mammogram. Extremely dense breast tissue was noted.

Kubtec’s newly approved breast specimen radiography system is the first and only system with tomosynthesis technology, Kubtec announced.

Using PET/CT in women under 40 who have breast cancer may result in restaging of the cancer and adjustment of treatment.

Breast density can be measured using fully automated volumetric methods, which are less labor intensive than the commonly used methods.

The reason for performing a breast MRI should be taken into consideration when assessing performance measures.

GE’s SenoClaire breast tomosynthesis solution will join Hologic, the only other vendor with FDA approval for 3D mammography.

There is a need for radiologists to educate the public about why mammography isn’t always a lifesaver, according to experts at AHRA.

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