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Unique compression paddle design allows the paddle to conform to the breast shape, ensuring optimal compression is applied across the entire breast without causing unnecessary patient discomfort. An extensive range of optional specialist compression paddles is also available. This includes paddles specifically designed for small breasts, ensuring ideal positioning and compression for all breast types.
Warm indirect lighting is used to illuminate the column, fading in and out if the system is shutdown and creating a peaceful mood. This helps patients to relax and allows examinations to be performed with minimal stress.
Five different stand labels are available to add a gentle ambience. Each site can choose a stand appearance that best suits the examination environment, thus relieving patient stress and anxiety.
lAMULET Innovality employs a direct-conversion flat pane detector made of Amorphous Selenium (a-Se) which exhibits excellent conversion efficiency in the mammographic X-ray spectrum. The new HCP (Hexagonal Close Pattern) detector efficiently collects electrical signal converted from X-rays to realize both high resolution and low noise. This unique design makes it possible to realize a higher DQE (Detective Quantum Efficiency) than with the square pixel array of conventional TFT panels. With the information collected by the HCP detector, AMULET Innovality creates high definition images with a pixel size of 50 μm; the finest available with a direct-conversion detector.
This low-noise and high-speed switching technology allows tomosynthesis exposures with a low X-ray dosage and short acquisition time to be performed. Fast image display is also possible, realizing a smooth mammography aworkflow from exposure to image display.
Conventional square pixel AMULET Innovality hexagonal pixel
In breast tomosynthesis, the X-ray tube moves through an arc while acquiring a series of low-dose x-ray images. The images taken from different angles are reconstructed into a range of Tomosynthesis slices where the structure of interest is always in focus.
The reconstructed tomographic images make it easier to identify lesions which might be difficult to visualize in routine mammography because of the presence of overlapping breast structures.
The Tomosynthesis function on AMULET Innovality is suitable for a wide range of uses, offering two modes to cater for various clinical scenarios. Standard (ST) mode combines rapid exposure timing and efficient workflow with a low X-ray dose while High Resolution (HR) mode makes it possible to produce images with an even higher level of detail, allowing the region of interest to be brought into clearer focus.
ST (Standard) mode
Acquisition angle: ±7.5°
Pixel size: 150/100 μm
The smaller angular range and fast image acquisition allow Tomosynthesis scans to be quickly performed with a relatively low x-ray dose.
HR (High Resolution) mode
Acquisition angle: ±20°
Pixel size: 100/50 μm
With a larger acquisition angle the depth resolution is improved. This allows the region of interest to be defined more clearly and brought into clearer focus.
Intelligent AEC has advantages in defining the optimal dose for an examination compared to conventional AEC systems where the sensor position is fixed.
Through the analysis of information obtained from low-dose preshot images, Intelligent AEC makes it possible to consider the mammary gland density (breast type) when defining the x-ray energy and level of dose required.
Able to be used even in the presence of implants; intelligent AEC enables more accurate calculation of exposure parameters than is possible with conventional AEC systems. By allowing the use of automatic exposure for the implanted breast, Intelligent AEC can further enhance examination workflow.
Requires manual adjustment of the settings based Automatically selects the region for exposure
on the assumed location of mammary gland in the pre-shot image
AWS High definition second monitor