Specimen Tomosynthesis System
When the goal is to remove the entire tumor in a single procedure with maximum breast conservation, you need the power of 3D Imaging.
KUBTEC INVITES YOU TO ITS WEBINAR
TAKING THE GUESSWORK OUT OF INTRAOPERATIVE MARGIN MANAGEMENT
Wednesday, November 13th 2019 – 2:00 PM (EST)
What is Augmented Intelligence?
- Likely 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 3D 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 3D 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!
Why the MOZART System?
- Enables surgeons to differentiate between healthy and involved tissue for greater breast conservation.
- Provides clear images of targeted lesions through obstructions like dense tissue or skin.
- Creates true 3D images of breast specimens in 1mm slices in a single operation.
- Automatic Specimen Alert pro-actively alerts you if a specimen has not been removed from the chamber.
- Can be used with any specimen containers and only uses uncompressed specimens.
- Identifies the exact location, character, and extent of lesions three-dimensionally.
- Provides more information than 2D orthogonal views allowing easier, more accurate confirmation of the extent of the target excision.
- Facilitates a reduction in re-excision rates and superior tissue conservation.
- Includes 2D X-ray and optical 13 Megapixel image capabilities.
- Image Blender™ superimposes X-ray images and optical images together to enable you to identify your area of interest, directly on the physical specimen.