News | November 15, 2010

Breast Biopsy System Offers Compact Solution

Breast Biopsy System Offers Compact Solution

November 15, 2010 — Where space is at a premium, the digital XPERT 20 breast biopsy system is a good option. This self-contained, shielded cabinet X-ray system offers feature-rich, DICOM-compliant, user-friendly software in a cabinet that takes up less space than a PC monitor. With zero warm-up time, the XPERT 20 offers automatic exposure control (AEC), auto-calibration, automatic window leveling and the ability to send multiple images, with annotations, to picture archiving and communications systems (PACS).

A small focal spot X-ray source provides increased visibility and sharpness of detail for lesions and abnormalities in breast tissue samples. With an X-ray source of up to 25kV and 1.0mA, the XPERT 20 provides images with high resolution to locate small micro-calcifications. It is fully compliant with U.S. Federal and State requirements for radiation safety and operates with only a standard AC power source.

For more information: www.kubtec.com

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