Discovery NM750b Dual Head MBI
The Discovery NM750b is a dedicated breast imaging device that is affordable, accessible, and comfortable.
The Discovery NM750b Molecular Breast imaging system was designed to help enable you to make critical contributions to breast-cancer care, from diagnosis and planning through treatment monitoring. It provides consistently high sensitivity, even in patients with dense breasts, in a highly efficient and affordable device.
Leading-edge, solid-state Cadmium Zinc Telluride (CZT) detectors are the primary enabler of this compact device, allowing you to image the breast up close, right up to the chest wall, in standard mammographic views.
Best of all, the Discovery NM750b is both patient and user friendly. It requires only light immobilization pressure, and offers efficiency in support functions from image sharing through calibration.
The Discovery NM750b system requires no special room or equipment shielding.
Largest dual-head Detector in the Market Place: 6.2” x 9.3” (15.7 x 23.6 cm)
Dilon Single Head MBI
The Dilon Molecular Imaging System is a general-use molecular imaging camera that is designed to image various organs, but has been optimized to perform Molecular Breast Imaging (MBI), providing a vital diagnostic adjunct to mammography and ultrasound. The Dilon MBI procedure is an excellent problem-solving tool when faced with a difficult-to-diagnose patient, especially those with dense breasts. The portable gantry of this machine eliminated the need for installation of a dedicated exam room and allows use at several points of care.
Low Energy General Purpose (LEGP) Collimator: Optimized to perform Molecular Breast Imaging including lymphatic imaging (lymphoscintigraphy).
Slant 15 Collimator: This 15-degree slanted collimator minimizes dead space along the edge of the detector, improving visualization of lesions near the chest wall.
Low Energy High-Resolution (LEHR) Collimator: Enhances thyroid imaging without the need of the pinhole collimator. Can also be used for other general molecular imaging applications.