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Seeing the whole picture also means seeing your entire journey as you deliver the best possible care to your patients. Siemens Healthineers is right by your side with a holistic, personalized portfolio of solutions that we call our 360° approach: We’ve got you covered in every step of the Breast Health Journey from discovery to recovery. From obtaining a patient’s medical history to screening and diagnosis, treatment, and follow-up – we provide accurate, human-centric, and economical solutions to empower your decisions. Thanks to our new business segment Varian, we are expanding the potential of cancer treatment even further.
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Breast Imaging News
Energy savings with MAMMOMAT Revelation
With MAMMOMAT Revelation health providers cannot only take care of their patients but also save energy.
Breast Cancer: Artificial Intelligence enhances screening and eases workload
In breast cancer screening programs, such as the one running in the Netherlands, a high volume of mammography data is acquired. Radiologists have to evaluate hundreds of images every day with precision and often under time pressure. Artificial intelligence (AI) offers radiologists smart support.
How COVID-19 is also impacting breast imaging
The COVID-19 pandemic is confronting healthcare institutions around the world with unprecedented clinical and operational challenges. The impact of the pandemic is also being felt in breast care.
Enhancing patient comfort in breast imaging
Over the past several years, medical technology companies, especially those involved in mammography, have focused intensively on technological developments to improve diagnostic accuracy.
Comparison of contrast-enhanced mammography and contrast-enhanced breast tomosynthesis
Contrast-enhanced mammography is a promising technique that is much more sensitive than digital mammography alone. Studies are already underway to explore the use of contrast-enhanced digital breast tomosynthesis. Listen to Paul Fisher in Stony Brook, New York (USA) present his findings on this new approach.