직접방식(a-Se) 디지털 유방진단 시스템
Indirect Type(a-Si) Full-filed Mammography System
Flat Panel Detector
(24 x 30 cm)
High Frequency Generator
(Auto Standard Positioning)
(Auto Exposure Control)
Provides high quality digital images for diagnosis by applying
advanced (85µm) and large field of view (24x30cm) detector
used for high-end Full-Field Digital Mammogrpahy.
It allows to see the smallest lesions from the breast tissue
without losing sight of patients overall needs
by applying Multi-scale local contrast enhancement technology.
Optimized AEC system adjust the amount of X-ray
before shooting depending on patient’s breast characteristics
AEC optimize the required amount of dose for optimal image.
Use of tungsten(W) target and dual filtration(Rh/Ag)
offers a significant dose saving compared to
molybdenum(Mo) target and filtration for all breast sizes.
Calculate the pressure distribution by applying the pressure measuring film. Using the acquired data, the angle of the paddle during compression is adjusted to make the distribution of the compression force uniform and to reduce the patient’s discomfort and pain during the examination.
The optimal compression force can be guaranteed for each patient by varying the pressure control and increasing the compression force according to the patient’s breast condition.
By applying motor technology to the C-ARM drive parts,
it helps to set the optimal angle for shooting
through sophisticated rotation control.
It is designed with built-in generator type so that the operator use the space efficiently, and through the application of a UPS system, patient's image data can be protected without loss.
ASP function increases operator efficiency by automatically
setting the next standard shooting position(RCC-LCC-RMLO-LMLO) with one-touch operation.
By applying intuitively designed buttons and
various measurement tools, the user can conveniently
obtain and check the patient's image and control the system
with the touch screen to improve user convenience.
Providing Distinct and High-Contrast images for early detection