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Eine in European Radiology veröffentlichte Studie untermauert den Nutzen von Hologics Brust-Tomosynthese beim Screening bei Verfahren mit Zweitbefundung
Date:4/22/2013

rdern werden."

Die Abhandlung aus der European Radiology ist die erste von Experten geprüfte Veröffentlichung zum Vergleich der Leistung von 2D-Untersuchung mit Zweitbefundung mit der Leistung von 2D-Untersuchungen mit Zweitbefundung plus Tomosynthese-Bildgebung im Rahmen einer umfangreichen, prospektiven klinischen Studie.

Die Tomosynthese-Technologie von Hologic ist seit 2008 in Ländern, die CE-Zulassungen anerkennen zugelassen. In den USA wurde die Technologie im Februar 2011 zugelassen. Die Systeme von Hologic werden derzeit in 48 US-Bundesstaaten und in mehr als 50 Ländern eingesetzt.

Weitere Informationen zur Tomosynthese-Technologie von Hologic finden Sie auf http://www.breasttomo.com/ (für Gesundheitsdienstleister) und http://www.hologic3d.com/ (für Patienten).

Informationen zu Hologic Inc.Hologic Inc. ist ein führendes Unternehmen zur Entwicklung, Herstellung und Vermarktung von Premium-Diagnostikprodukten, medizinischen Bildgebungssystemen und chirurgischen Produkten. Das Unternehmen betreibt vier Kernbereiche mit den Schwerpunkten Diagnostik, Brustgesundheit, gynäkologische Chirurgie und Knochengesundheit. Hologic verfügt über ein umfassendes Technologieportfolio und ein stabiles Programm für Forschung und Entwicklung und hat sich dem Ziel verschrieben, das Leben zu verbessern. Das Unternehmen hat seinen Hauptsitz im US-Bundesstaat Massachusetts.

Hologic ist eine Handelsmarke und/oder eingetragene Handelsmarke der Hologic Inc. und/oder ihrer Tochtergesellschaften in den USA und/oder in anderen Ländern.

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