At RSNA 2009, Sectra showcased its digital mammography solution, Sectra MicroDose Mammography, featuring further enhanced performance for high-volume screening. Sectra customers perform as many as 15, four-image examinations per hour. With a fast detector, the system allows for an even higher productivity if needed. Designed with screening environments in mind, Sectra MicroDose Mammography maximizes image quality and increases throughput at 50 percent of the radiation dose compared to other systems. Sectra MicroDose is the only system on the market using unique photon counting technology – by many considered to be the future of radiology.
Technology | December 09, 2009
Sectra - MicroDose Mammography
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