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According to a web-exclusive paper in the August issue of the American Journal of Roentgenology, during studies using breast conebeam CT (CBCT), an AI algorithm can accurately tell the difference between benign and malignant breast lesions. This has the potential to upgrade radiologist performance when deciphering the CBCT images. The study was held at … Read more Breast Conebeam CT Has Potential to be Enhanced by AI
Fewer than 7% of women eligible for supplemental screening breast MRI due to their assessed risk of breast cancer took advantage of the scan when offered, according to a new study published in the June issue of the Journal of Women’s Health. The study team was led by Dr. Randy Miles of Massachusetts General … Read more High Risk Women Underutilizing Breast MRI
Stafford L. Warren was one of the most significant contributors to radiology during his lifetime. He not only was the first doctor to perform a mammogram, but was also had a hand in turning UCLA into one of the most prestigious medical universities in the country, was a special assistant on mental disabilities to Presidents … Read more The Life of Mammogram Inventor Stafford L. Warren
October is breast cancer awareness month, and so it must be fate that scientists at the Center for Translational Cancer Research (CTCR) at the Helen F. Graham Cancer Center & Research Institute of Christiana Care Health System have just discovered a potential major breakthrough in breast cancer research. The director of the CTCR, senior … Read more Scientists Discover New Blood Test To Diagnose Breast Cancer
According to a study published in the September issue of the American Journal of Roentgenology, in more than one in four cases, using MRI scans on women with breast cancer within one year of giving birth can achieve sensitivity of almost 100% for detecting tumors and changes surgical management. The common view is that pregnancy … Read more Postpartum Breast Cancer & Breast MRI
Check out our GE Mammography video below! – – – – – – Hey there, it looks like you’re considering one of Amber’s Digital Mammography machines from GE. We’ve been refurbishing Digital and Analog Mammography machines since 1993, so we are more than ready to tackle your Mammography project. Questions are normal … Read more GE Mammography Video
A mammography machine uses X-Ray beams to examine the breast for cancer and other diseases. The X-Ray film used is high-contrast and high-resolution, and is specifically designed for imaging the breasts. A mammogram is useful in that it can show changes in the breasts long before a physician or the woman herself can feel them. … Read more What is a Mammography Machine?
When preparing to have a mammogram, patients usually have questions regarding the differences between digital mammography, and analog mammography. Along the same lines, physicians may have questions about the mammography machines as well; mostly, which one is best for their practice. Digital everything seems all the rage right now, and we all … Read more Is Digital or Analog Mammography Better?
Digital mammography is quickly becoming a major player in the diagnostic imaging market. Part of the reason for the surge is the fact that analog systems, while still useful and affordable, are slowly yielding the way to digital. The word digital often, sometimes mistakenly, means progress, improvement and something better all around. In the world of imaging, the … Read more International Markets and Digital Mammography
Any form of cancer, breast cancer included, has the distinct and highly dangerous ability to hide. In other words treatment may well be beating out the cancer but it won’t necessarily eradicate all of it. It appears as if though 3D mammography may be the solution to this particular issue. In a study of … Read more 3D May be the Difference
When we think of cancer we can safely liken it to a nasty creature that lurks around at night. According to research, nighttime is the best time for cancer to grow. Knowing this, it almost makes you want to avoid going to sleep so you can keep cancer away. One of the more aggressive forms … Read more Breast Cancer Suppressant