Breast-imaging

Breast Imaging Market Report 2022: A USD 3.6 Billion Market in 2022- Competition, Forecasts & Opportunities to 2029

The global market of Breast Imaging is expected to grow at more than 8.2% CAGR from 2020 to 2029. It is expected to reach above USD 7.32 billion by 2029 from USD 3.6 billion in 2020.Luton, ... read more

Better Imaging Allows More Women to Opt for Breast-Conserving Surgery

Researchers found that many women who have two or even three breast tumors may be able to have breast-conserving lumpectomies instead of having the entire breast removed. That's because newer, more ... read more

Breast-conserving therapy may be a treatment option for some patients with multiple breast lesions

Patients with multiple tumors in the same breast who underwent a lumpectomy followed by radiation therapy had local recurrence rates comparable to those historically observed in patients with a single ... read more

How optoacoustic imaging plays a role in assessing the success of breast cancer surgery

A study has explored the benefits of using optoacoustic imaging to ascertain the complete removal of cancerous breast lesions. Optoacoustic imaging is a hybrid technology that uses both laser and ... read more

More breast cancer patients can choose smaller surgery

A new breast cancer study finds many women with two or three breast tumors can get by with lumpectomy surgery instead of having their whole breast removed ... read more

The need for breast imaging for transgender patients

A 2021 survey of Society of Breast Imaging (SBI) members revealed that ‘breast radiologists differ in their practice and knowledge regarding screening of transgender patients,’ according to the ... read more

Breast cancer survivor attributes successful treatment to early detection, knowledgeable physicians

Cheera Rinker, 39, of Morgantown, is a mammographer and breast sonographer at the WVU Cancer Institute Betty Puskar Breast Care Center. When she found a lump in her breast during a routine ... read more

RSNA: Deductible Payments May Discourage Breast Imaging

A deductible payment for follow-up breast imaging from abnormal screening discourages roughly one in five women from returning for diagnostic workup or causes them to skip screening altogether, ... read more

Study Finds That More Breast Cancer Patients Can Forgo Mastectomies and Choose Smaller Surgery

Many women with two or three breast tumors can get by with lumpectomy surgery instead of having their whole breast removed, a new study suggests. In recent years, more patients with multiple tumors ... read more

Seno Medical's Market-Ready Imagio® OA/US Breast Imaging System Launches at RSNA 2022, Booth 6120

The category defining Imagio® Breast Imaging System helps physicians differentiate between benign and malignant breast lesions using a novel combination of ultrasound and opto-acoustic technology. read more

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