Specimen Tomosynthesis

Just Got Smarter


The New MOZART® Supra

Specimen Tomosynthesis System


More intelligence, streamlined workflow for Pathology and OR imaging. The only system to offer specimen tomosynthesis for lymph nodes, lumpectomy and mastectomy speciments.
  • Featuring AutoMagnification – Never Touch a Mag Tray Again! Automatically zooms to give the best images of the area of interest.
  • 3-D Imaging, the most accurate way to view the anatomy of mastectomies, lumpectomies, tissue, and bone.
  • Image Animation automatically scrolls through your digital slices and builds the anatomy of the specimen right on your screen.
  • HD Optical Camera for side by side comparison with X‑ray.
  • Image Blender superimposes X-ray images and optical images together to enable you to identify your area of interest, directly on the physical specimen.
  • Augmented Intelligence automatically highlights microcalcifications, clips, etc. and identifies their locations in 3‑D space.
  • Voice Control for hands free image viewing and navigation minimizes contact with your screen and keyboard

What is Augmented Intelligence?

  • Microcalcifications and other inclusions are identified within the tomosynthesis slices.
  • Their absolute and relative positions are recognized by the system.
  • Only Kubtec can offer Augmented Intelligence for specimen imaging, because only Kubtec uses Tomosynthesis to create detailed 3-D specimen images.
  • The unique K-View™ Image created by our Augmented Intelligence, consists of a compilation of the tomo slices.
  • This information can then be displayed as an overlay on the image itself.
  • In addition, Augmented Intelligence means you can use your voice to view and navigate the 3-D Tomosynthesis data.
  • Voice commands allow you to highlight and view the slice numbers (location) of the microcalcifications, view and hide the optical image, Play an animation of all the tomo slices.
  • Do it all without breaking scrub!

Contact us for more information about the brand new MOZART Supra System

Why the MOZART System?

Clinical Data

3-D Tomosynthesis for Intra-Operative Margin Assessment During Breast Conserving Surgery


A Breast Surgeon's Use of Three Dimensional Specimen Tomosynthesis

White Paper

Visualizing the Real Difference between 2-D and 3-D Specimen Mammography


Intra-operative Specimen Radiography Utilizing 2D versus 3D Imaging and Correlation with Final Histopathology


View for View 3-D Specimen Tomosynthesis Provides More Data Than 2-D Specimen Mammography