Hologic Inc. recently introduced two new second shape titanium breast biopsy markers, TriMark 2S and CeleroMark 2S, containing a unique “hourglass” shape to help clinicians mark and independently identify multiple biopsy sites in the same breast. The standard TriMark identifier is a cylinder-shaped titanium pellet. The new 2S markers are half the size of the standard TriMark and can be used in conjunction with the current family of Suros biopsy site identifiers.
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