Technology | October 07, 2008

Digital Mammography Upgrade for the Award-Winning Xpress CR

Konica Minolta is announcing the availability of the Xpress CR Contact Mammography Upgrade in Canada. By intelligently recognizing cassette types, the Xpress CR system delivers both digital radiology and digital mammography solutions with one easy-to-use, cost-effective and award-winning solution.

At the heart of this mammography upgrade solution is Konica Minolta’s exclusive Ultra High Resolution 43.75 um pixel size. This extreme resolution ability combined with highly advanced mammography image processing algorithms and specially designed CR Mammography cassettes and plates deliver unparalleled, consistent image quality. Technologists can focus their efforts on patient care due to the intuitive and easy to use Xpress CR imaging software and equipment environment.

Specialized image acquisition and processing tools include advanced skin line detection and chest wall masking. Image acquisition presets, or examination tags, define many image details such as scanning and output destinations. A CR Control Station Memory upgrade ensures ample resources to handle the large data sets and additional image detail found in mammography images acquired on the Konica Minolta Xpress CR Mammography solution.

The Xpress CR Contact Mammography Upgrade is pending clearance from the Health Canada, the equivalent of the FDA in Canada. The Xpress CR Contact Mammography Upgrade is a WIP in the U.S., pending FDA clearance.

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