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Mammography Presenters

We offer e-training programs helping our customers to gain experiences with new breast diagnostic technologies.


PRIME Presenter
Experience the reference in low dose mammography.

PRIME Technology1 allows for saving dose up to 30% with uncompromised image quality by combining a Gridless Acquisition with Progressive Reconstruction (16 clinical cases).
 


Tomo Presenter

Experience True 3D Breast Tomosynthesis

See the benefits of 3D Breast Tomosynthesis1 compared to 2D mammography (22 clinical cases).

 

 


OpView Presenter

Experience your individual image impression in FFDM

OpView's different configurations of image processing parameters allow providing the right image impression – personalized (20 clinical cases). 

 




Whitepapers

In cooperation with well-known clinical partners we published results of clinical tomosynthesis and dose comparison studies in several white papers.


Whitepapers on Tomosynthesis1

3D Breast Tomosynthesis – intelligent technology for clear clinical benefits
Dr. Thomas Mertelmeier, Jutta Speitel and Dr. Claudia Frumento provide a technical assessment of physical parameters which have a major impact on the image quality of tomosynthesis.

 

Digital Breast Tomosynthesis – A clinical assessment based on literature
Dr. Finn Lindhardt, Viborg, Denmark, offers a clinical assessment of tomosynthesis based on literature.
 

 


Whitepapers on Low Dose

Publication of "Full-field digital mammography with gridless acquisition and software-based scatter correction: Investigation of dose savings and image quality"1

Reprint of the publication in “Proceedings of SPIE Medical Imaging 2013”
Physics of Medical Imaging, Lake Buena Vista, FL, USA, vol. 8668, pp. 86685Y, (2013), doi:10.1117/12.2007490:
Fieselmann, A., Fischer, D., Hilal, G., Dennerlein, F., Mertelmeier, T., and Uhlenbrock, D.,
„Full-field digital mammography with grid-less acquisition and software-based scatter correction: Investigation of dose saving and image quality”
 

Mean glandular dose survey of 2D mammograms acquired with the Siemens Mammomat Inspiration system

Hilde Bosmans, Koen Michielsen, Kim Lemmens, Jurgen Jacobs
Department of Radiology, University Hospital Leuven
Leuven, Belgium

 


1Not commercially available in all countries. Due to regulatory reasons the future availability cannot be guaranteed. Please contact your local Siemens organization for further details.