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Molecular Breast Imaging (MBI) is a type of functional imaging i.e., the pictures it creates show differences in the activity of breast tissue. Breast tissue that contains cells that are rapidly growing and dividing, such as cancer cells, appears brighter than less active tissue.
Dr. Deborah Rhodes, M.D., a member of the Mayo Clinic Cancer Center, stated, "MBI substantially increases detection rates of invasive cancers in dense breasts without an unacceptable high increases in false positive findings has important implications for breast cancer screening decisions. MBI has a more favorable balance of additional invasive cancers detected versus additional biopsies incurred relative to other supplemental screening options."
The pictures generated during MBI is the result of an injection of a small amount of radioactive tracer. The tracer attaches to the cancer cells which are detected by the gamma camera of the MBI system.
LumaGEM represents a significant leap forward in technology and performance with fully digital, dual head camera detectors. With these improvements, LumaGEM customers have been able to identify cancers as small as 5mm in women with dense breast tissue, with greater than 90% sensitivity and specificity.
Clear resolution - Best on the Market
Proven/published lower dose capabilities
High accuracy with Low false negatives (high sensitivity, 91%) and Low false positives (high sensitivity, 93%)
Patient friendly, comfortable exam with minimal compression
SOLO II™ Breast PETScanner (also called positron emission mammography or PEM) produces high-resolution images with far more detail than conventional breast imaging. Tomographic images of lesions with resolution down to 1.66 mm, about the size of a grain of rice, provide valuable clinical data on invasive and non-invasive diseases across the continuum of care. From initial staging to ongoing post-surgical disease management, the SOLO II provides a metabolic perspective allowing physicians to provide optimal patient outcomes.
3-D Tomographic Imaging and automated software
Highest sensitivity and specificity
Precise lesion targeting
High 1.6mm spatial resolution
SOLO II gently steadies the breast without compression
Minimal scan times with few to no claustrophobic issues
Patient can sit comfortably
Compact and portable
Easy to use
MIMviewer image & analysis software
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CMR X-Ray, LLC has demonstrated ability to translate your medical imaging needs into medical diagnostic imaging solutions. Our cutting edge Imaging Generators and the CMR X-Ray patented power assist are designed to work seamlessly with both radiological and molecular imaging systems.
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LumaGEM® Molecular Breast Imaging (MBI) system is analogous to mammography for obtaining standard CC (cranial caudal) and MLO (mediolateral oblique) images. Its similarity to mammographic positioning makes LumaGEM an easy modality for any trained mammographer to learn and use, and easy comparison to the original mammography views by the radiologist.
CMR X-Ray, LLC is a certified SDVOSB [(SD) Veteran Owned Small Business] which can provide our Federal Health Network access to the latest state-of-the-art imaging systems. CMR X-Ray, LLC is registered in the U.S. GSA System for Award Management (SAM) with a CAGE and will work with agencies of the U.S. federal government (e.g., The Departments of Defence and Veteran Affairs or VA) to deliver the highest quality imaging systems to the federal medical community.