Tomo reading – a practical guide


Using Digital Breast Tomosynthesis (DBT) as adjunct to mammography can have clinical benefits. The time needed to read the images of one examination, however, is a key factor when contemplating DBT in screening. Adding DBT prolongs the overall reading time, of course, because radiologists have to read additional images. And since tomo data include more information than a 2D mammogram and provide new and different views of anatomical structures, it also results in a longer reading time per 3D image set – and increased data volume. 

High Definition Breast Tomosythesis

About High Definition Breast Tomosynthesis

Increase your diagnostic confidence efficiently and easily with High Definition Breast Tomosynthesis. Already superior with the widest angle, the highest number of projections, and full detector readout, it is now the world’s first tomosynthesis to incorporate EMPIRE Technology.