Technology | February 28, 2007

Larger Breast Cushion Specially Designed for Digital Equipment

The new MammoPad breast cushion for digital mammography labeled “New for Digital,” is larger than other versions and is specifically designed to fit the larger surfaces of digital equipment. The new breast cushion has the same attributes and benefits of the entire MammoPad product line; the FDA-cleared, radiolucent foam cushion does not interfere with X-ray imaging of the breast. The cushion’s grip-like surface aids in positioning by helping to hold the breast in place. Several studies suggest that technologists can work with MammoPad to achieve the best possible breast positioning and tissue acquisition, which is crucial for good image quality.

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