Technological solutions that give you the highest clinical quality

 

 

     
           
2-dimensional mammogram. A suspicious cluster of microcalcifications is barely visible due to the superimposed structures.   Tomosynthesis helps to better evaluate the distribution of the microcalcifications in specific slices and increase the overall visibility. Digital mammography  revealed dense breast tissue and a parenchimal distorsion not clearly identified with the magnification.  

Tomosynthesis is an improvement in detection and
in lesion’s characterization specially in dense breast.

 

 

 

 

 

Step & Shoot:

Tomosynthesis takes place by moving the X-ray tube , but stopping it at each exposure, thereby allowing exposure while the tube is stationary; the result is an image that is completely devoid of blurring and has sharper outlines.

 

Iterative Reconstruction Software:

This dedicated software for tomosynthesis was designed to produce images with the least number of artifacts, to be extremely fast and accurate in reconstruction, and to achieve a dramatic dose reduction.
It is versatile and allows the application of geometries and angles to optimize the reconstuction of tomosynthetic images.

 

No Binning:

For your tomosynthesis you use the amorphous selenium detector at maximum resolution, reading each pixel of 85 μm, without binning, because the binning gives a loss of resolution. We guarantee the best visualization of microcalcifications and structures.

 

Tomosynthesis with 30°:

Optimizes the slice sensitivity profile of 3D information with a fast scan.

 

Only 11 exposures:

This makes it possible to achieve, for every single exposure, a high signal-to-noise ratio, with a consequent increase in image quality.
11 exposures is a solution that gives you image quality and a high acquisition rate.