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    Contrast Enhanced Mammography (CEM), the imaging of a contrast agent using mammographic equipment, can help enhance suspicious lesions on medical images. With the I-View™ 2.0 software you can combine the power of CEM with 2D and tomosynthesis images all in one compression to provide anatomical and functional imaging all in one exam.1

    Using CEM compares favourably with breast MRI, offering similar sensitivity but with higher specificity, and so higher PPV2,3 making it a viable, cost-effective diagnostic imaging alternative.

    I-View™ 2.0 CEM imaging is a simple upgrade to any 3Dimensions™ system, giving breast imaging practices an efficient pathway to expanded diagnostic capabilities.

    Special Requirements

    • I-View™ 2.0 requires 3Dimensions™ with 1.10/2.1 software or higher, plus a diagnostic license.

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    References: 
    1. Burhenne LJW, Wood SA, D’Orsi CJ, et al. Radiology 2000; 215:554-562 Potential Contribution of Computer-aided Detection to the Sensitivity of Screening Mammography 2. Chou C, Lewin J, Chiang C et al. “Clinical Evaluation of Contrast-Enhanced Digital Mammography and Contrast Enhanced Tomosynthesis-Comparison to Contrast-Enhanced Breast MRI” Eur J Radiol. 2015 Dec; 84(12):2501-8. [Epub 2015 Oct 1]. 3. Li, L., Roth, R., Germaine, P., Ren, S., Lee, M., Hunter, K., Tinney, E., & Liao, L. (2017). Contrast-enhanced spectral mammography (CESM) versus breast magnetic resonance imaging (MRI): A retrospective comparison in 66 breast lesions. Diagnostic and interventional imaging, 98(2), 113–123.

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