Technology | November 01, 2012

IntelliSpace Breast Integrates All Mammography Modalities

 

The IntelliSpace Breast integrates mammography, ultrasound and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) studies to provide clinicians with a comprehensive picture of multiple breast exams at a single workspace. This multi-vendor system moves beyond basic viewing and brings together Philips’ high-performance mammography workstation, Breast Ultrasound and Breast MRI review, and the company’s premium breast MRI CAD on a single desktop.

Users have access to an integrated view of patient imaging, automatic display of prior images and improved quality of care by incorporating BI-RADS standard reporting for mammography, ultrasound and MRI to provide consistency. IntelliSpace Breast connects with existing IT infrastructure, supporting work list driven workflow and providing BI-RADS results back to RIS or MIS.

Philips Healthcare is highlighting this technology during RSNA 2012.

For more information: www.philips.com

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