Images captured with the Isotropic Breast Imaging System offer the best way to understand the platform’s capabilities and possibilities.
One of the benefits to the Isotropic Breast Imaging System is its ability to show inflammatory breast cancer masses, which are difficult to detect with mammography. The following images show two types of cancer masses, lobular and inflammatory.
Images on the left (a) are taken before contrast injection. Images on the right (b) are post-contrast injection.
The platform offers a maximum-intensity projection (MIP) viewing capability and zoom capability on a region of interest (ROI).
The following images were taken following iodine contrast injection:
Using the system’s subtraction capability enables radiologists to get a more complete view of a mass observed using iodine contrast.
In this instance the image shows a necrotic tumor (dead cells in the tumor’s interior).