A mammography, or mammogram, is an X-ray of the breast. It's a screening tool used to detect and diagnose breast cancer. Together with regular clinical exams and monthly breast self-examinations, mammograms are a key element in the early diagnosis of breast cancer.
Digital mammography paves way for solid-state detectors to replace the typical X-Ray films. This system converts x-rays into electronic signals for better imaging. The converted signals produce images of the breast that can be monitored on a computer screen and printed on a special film paper for further diagnosis. Digital Mammography is available in two different types - New 3D digital breast mammography/tomosynthesis and Standard 2D digital breast mammography.
Kiran is committed to take the fight against Breast Cancer to the next Level through the Power of Technology, Education & Reach. Breast Cancer is the No.1 cause of cancer death among Women Worldwide. Studies have shown that, when detected early, the chance of cure for breast cancer is nearly 100%. Read More
Breast Imaging for Today and Beyond.The Selenia Dimensions 2D system is the ideal choice for centers that want a flexible digital breast imaging platform with state-of-the-art image acquisition and display features.Digital Mammography and Breast Tomosynthesis from Hologic.Selenia Dimensions starts with technology similar to that of our celebrated Selenia full-field digital mammography system. With its large amorphous selenium detector, it too can “direct capture” conventional digital mammograms with the same extraordinary clarity you’ve come to expect from Selenia. And incorporating a tungsten tube means we can do it with even less patient radiation dose than before. But Selenia Dimensions takes you to the next step in detection: fast, low-dose, high-quality tomosynthesis images of the breast. Read More
Versatile computed radiography (CR) digitizer that can handle digital mammography, as well as all general radiography, orthopaedic, chiropractic, Full Leg/Full Spine and dental applications. The total cost of ownership remains low, making it an affordable way to move from analog to digital