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Genius 3D Mammography, now at Canberra Imaging Group

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Breast cancer is the most common cancer diagnosed in women representing 28% of all cancers in females. (2,3) Early detection through regular mammograms is the best defence against breast cancer (1) and there is a significant increased chance of survival if abnormalities are found early. (1)

Genius 3D mammography, now at Canberra Imaging Group (CIG), is the only system with proven superior clinical performance. (5,7,8,9)

  • Clinically, 3D mammography is gaining efficacy and improving outcomes (5)
  • 3D mammography detects 41% more invasive cancers than 2D alone (5)
  • Studies show a 15-40% reduction in recall rates (5)
  • Cancer detection is increased by 27% overall (5)
  • Patients across all age groups and breast densities benefit from 3D mammography (6)
  • By minimising structure overlap, 3D mammography optimally demonstrates masses and architectural distortion (4)

To book 3D Mammography and Tomosynthesis, phone 1300 788 508 or complete our booking form.

 


For more information about genius 3D technology visit: www.genius3D.com.au

Images courtesy of Hollogic inc. and affiliates.

References: (1) Cancer Australia – http://canceraustralia.gov.au/affected-cancer/cancer-types/breast-cancer/awareness. Accessed May 2014. (2) Australian Government BreastScreen Australia Program – http://www.health.gov.au/internet/screening/publishing.nsf/Content/key. Accessed May 2014. (3) AIHW 2012. Breast Cancer in Australia: an overview. Available here. Accessed May 2014. (4) Data on file with Hologic, Inc. (5) Friedewald S, Rafferty E, Rose S, et al. (2014). Breast Cancer Screening Using Tomosynthesis in Combination with Digital Mammography. Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), 311(24), 2499-2507. (6) Levine, Gary. http://imaging-radiation-oncology.advanceweb.com/Features/Articles/3-D-Mammography-Advancing.aspx February 27, 2012. (7) Skaane P, Gullien R, Eben EB, et. al. Reading time of FFDM and tomosynthesis in a population-based screening program. Radiological Society of North America annual meeting. Chicago, Il, 2011. (8) Rose S, Tidwell A, Bujnock L, et al. “Implementation of Breast Tomosynthesis in a Routine Screening Practice: An Observational Study.” American Journal of Roentengenology. 2013 Jun; 200(6): 1401-1408. Epub 2013 May 22. (9) Philpotts L, Raghu M, Durand M, et al. “Initial Experience With Digital Breast Tomosynthesis in Screening Mammography.” (paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Roentgen Ray Society, Washington, D.C. May 3 2012).