50° Wide-Angle TomosynthesisSuperior by design.

In breast care, screening programs are on the rise. However, there’s no global standard for how screening should be performed. While 2D mammography is the standard screening technology in nearly all countries, tomosynthesis is beginning to grow into the screening space. At Siemens Healthineers, we know that with 50° you realize the full potential of tomosynthesis.

With our 50° Wide-Angle Tomosynthesis, we provide a superior, highly accurate method for detecting cancers and facilitating a reliable diagnosis. This will result in a significant change for breast care professionals, for radiologists, and – most importantly – for the many women and their families personally affected by breast cancer. We stand for tomosynthesis that is:

  • Accurate: 43% higher cancer detection rate for invasive cancer¹
  • Patient-centric: with personalized dose and compression
  • Economic: up to 10 tomosynthesis exams per hour, and faster reading²

How our 50⁰ Wide-Angle Tomosynthesis works

Move the slider to the left or right to see the objects from several different angles. Experience how a wider angle can provide you with more, valuable information in order to assess overlapping breast tissue and increase diagnostic certainty

Clinical proof

50⁰ Wide-Angle Tomosynthesis
FFDM (left), Insight 2D (right)

Our synthetic mammogram, Insight 2D, offers breast imagers FFDM-like image impression. This allows you to perform fast prior comparison and easy breast density evaluation without the added dose of an additional 2D examination. Insight 2D eases the transition from FFDM to tomosynthesis as it takes the 2D viewing and reading habits of radiologists into account.

50⁰ Wide-Angle Tomosynthesis

Care Your partner for smart reading.
Powered by AI.

syngo.Breast Care is our mammography reading and reporting software, enabling accurate and efficient tomosynthesis reading and case prioritization. Now with interactive decision support⁶ powered by Artificial Intelligence⁶, it provides automated workflows and actionable results to transform your care delivery.

50⁰ Wide-Angle Tomosynthesis

A study conducted by Dr. D. Georgian-Smith et al. shows: 50° Wide-Angle Tomosynthesis 2-view DBT alone has a higher diagnostic accuracy than 2-view FFDM. 


Ionnis Sechopoulos, PhD
Department of Radiology and Nuclear Medicine, Radboud University Medical Center, Nijmegen, The Netherlands and Dutch Expert Center for Screening (LRCB), Nijmegen, The Netherlands