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Siemens Provides Breast Care Solutions - For Women. For Health. For Life.

...olume imaging. To further optimize high-volume patient care, the system also supports innovative breast imaging applications, such as fatty tissue and esie Touch(TM) elasticity imaging. Mammography Tomosynthesis The latest technology now under development in full-field mammography, breast t...

eSie Touch Elasticity Imaging, and a Promise of Avoiding Breast Biopsies

...stogram. In a recently published study, 80 patients with a total of 123 suspicious lesions were examined. Using elasticity measurements from the esie Touch Elasticity Imaging application, 18 lesions were classified as malignant, which was confirmed in17 cases by a needle-guided biopsy. Of the 105 le...
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Siemens Introduces New Standard of Care for Breast Ultrasound

...olume imaging. To further optimize high-volume patient care, the system also supports innovative breast imaging applications, such as fatty tissue and esie Touch(TM) elasticity imaging. Increased Diagnostic Information for Liver Disease and Other Organs The world's first commercially availa...

Siemens Showcases Its Most Comprehensive and Advanced Breast Care Portfolio

..., which reduces dose. Ultrasound Technology Helping to Reduce Biopsies and Image Dense Breasts Siemens' breakthrough breast ultrasound technology, esie Touch(TM) elasticity imaging, has shown promise in reducing reliance on invasive breast biopsy procedures. According to published research as many as ...
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Siemens' New S Class Revolutionizes the Paradigm of Ultrasound Workflow Today and Tomorrow

...ng captures data over multiple heart cycles and creates a 3D fetal heart volume that allows sonographers to view the heart in multiple planes. syngo esie Calcs(TM) introduces border detection technology which segments an area of interest and provides automatic calculations. By simply defining a boundary...
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