Technology | January 24, 2011

Digital Specimen X-Ray Enhancement Software Released

 XPERT 40 using XM

Breast tissue viewed on the Xpert 40 X-ray system using XM-7 software.

 XPERT 40 without XM

The same breast tissue sample on the Xpert 40 without the XM-7 software.

January 24, 2011 – New specimen X-ray software works with an algorithm to synthesize the ability of the human eye to locate information and analyze structures within the image. The result is digital mammography quality images with a digital radiography (DR) system.

Kubtec released its Digicom 7.0 software suite with the XM-7 option. Available for the Xpert 40, it gives users the enhanced ability when viewing surgically excised tissue with digital mammography-quality imaging. This detailed, high-resolution image quality is achieved by simultaneously enhancing fine structure, while reducing noise.

The Xpert 40 digital X-ray systems are available with digital detectors from 2 x 2 inches, up to 8 x 8 inches. With an X-ray source up to 50 kV, the systems offer high contrast and the ability to penetrate dense tissue samples. All the Xpert systems come equipped with a number of software features: AEC, auto-calibration, automatic window leveling and remote applications support.

The Digicom 7.0 software suite can be seen at the manufacturer’s upcoming exhibit appearances at the Southeast Surgical Congress (Feb. 12-15, Chattanooga, Tenn.) and at NCBC (March 14-16, Las Vegas)

For more information: www.kubtec.com

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