A Full Range of Specimen Imaging Systems for your Organization
Specimen Tomosynthesis is an
integral part of our breast care center,
because we’re bringing more quality
to what we do for our patients.
Michael Alvarado, MD
3D tomosynthesis specimen X‑ray is more accurate. Good for the patient because if we can be more accurate, of course it reduces the re‑excision rate.
Peter Blumencranz, MD, FACS
Specimen tomosynthesis allows real time evaluation of the tissue removed from the breast … which allows us to remove less tissue and, therefore, if it’s eccentric in the specimen, to just focus the shave.
Andrea Madrigrano, MD
The biggest benefit out of this
is a reduction in re-excision,
not just for myself, but all the
surgeons that will utilize the imaging.
Cynara Coomer, MD
3D is a no brainer.
If you’re a breast surgeon,
and you want to provide
the best care, this is it.
Dr. Cary Kaufman, MD, FACS
3D Tomosynthesis The gold standard for breast imaging, is now available in the OR.
The Image Blender
Combining Optical and X-ray Images
Before you use a bone saw, you need to know if there are any fragments of screws or other pieces of titanium still in that bone. With The Image Blender you can see exactly how far those screws extend into the bone, and where they don’t, right on the physical specimen itself. The Image Blender takes specimen imaging to a whole new level.