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Fujifilm to Begin Clinical Trials of 3D Mammography in the U.S.
Date:11/27/2011

ence. The new 3D system will be especially powerful when viewing overlapping tissue, especially in dense breasts, and will enable radiologists to better visualize abnormalities. This assertion is supported by a previous study of 3D stereo digital mammography at Emory University(2) that demonstrated a 23 percent increase in sensitivity, and a 46 percent reduction in patient call backs.(3)

According to Satoshi Arakawa, Vice President of the Medical Systems Division at Fujifilm Europe, "European clinicians are expressing increased enthusiastic interest in the 3D system. Initial reports of ongoing studies in Germany indicate that the low-dose 3D FFDM system has yielded statistically significant reduction in recall rates." Arakawa continues, "These results are very encouraging. We hope to see many more clinics and patients benefit from this new 3D technology."

The global leader in digital mammography with more than 8,500 users throughout the world, Fujifilm is building upon its proven technological foundation for breast screening with its 3D Digital Mammography.  Images will be acquired with the AspireHD Plus(4) FFDM system upgraded with 3D capability(1) that will combine the use of innovative Direct Optical Switching (DOS) detector technology and Fujifilm's legacy 50-micron resolution to produce the exceptional image quality and detailed visualization that is particularly critical for interpreting mammography studies. This 50-micron resolution is the foundation for Fujifilm's entire breast imaging portfolio including its recently FDA cleared Aspire™ HD and CR-based FFDM.  Fujifilm is the first manufacturer to provide an FDA-approved CR-based FFDM system in the U.S., the scalable Aspire™ ClearView.

For more information or to see a demonstration of the product, please visit booth # 4009 at the RSNA2011, November 27th­– December 2nd at McCormick Place in Chicago, Ill. 

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