Mammomat Inspiration Prime
The reference in low dose mammography
What experts say about PRIME Technology
We have worked with specialized radiologists as well as experienced physicists to verify the advantages of Progressive Reconstruction Intelligently Minimizing Exposure.
The results? Impressive!
Have a look what experts say.1
Clinical reader study – PRIME performance in screening
The first clinical reader study to feature PRIME Technology was carried out in Dortmund, Germany, and proved that images acquired with PRIME were of the same quality to those acquired with conventional grid based mammography.
Have a look on the interview with Dr. Lisbet Brønsro Larsen of OUH Odense Universitetshospital Svendborg Sygehus, Odense, Denmark.
Dr. Ana Maria Rocha Garcia, Povisa, Spain
“Implementing PRIME allows us to reduce dose. After all, the image quality is important but it has to be achieved with the right dose.”
Clinical Webinar on "Dose Saving in FFDM by Gridless Acquisition"
Dr. Karsten Ridder, Dortmund/Germany.
PRIME Technology on Mammomat Inspiration allows dose reductions of up to 30%2 without compromising image quality by combining gridless acquisition and progressive reconstruction.
In this webinar you will learn more about this unique technology and the results of the first clinical study.
Publication of "Full-field digital mammography with gridless acquisition and software-based scatter correction: Investigation of dose savings and image quality"
Reprint of the publication in “Proceedings of SPIE Medical Imaging 2013”
Physics of Medical Imaging, Lake Buena Vista, FL, USA, vol. 8668, pp. 86685Y, (2013), doi:10.1117/12.2007490:
Fieselmann, A., Fischer, D., Hilal, G., Dennerlein, F., Mertelmeier, T., and Uhlenbrock, D.,
„Full-field digital mammography with grid-less acquisition and software-based scatter correction: Investigation of dose saving and image quality”
Breast Care Symposium at ECR 2013 – Vienna, Austria
Presentation on "High image quality with lower dose in mammography"
Prof. Dr. Detlev Uhlenbrock, Dortmund/Germany
The talk focuses on a study investigating dose savings and the image quality of digital mammography acquired without an anti-scatter grid in combination with a novel software-based scatter correction (SBSC) method.
1The statements by Siemens’ customers described herein are based on results that were achieved in the customer's unique setting. Since there is no "typical" hospital and many variables exist (e.g., hospital size, case mix, level of IT adoption) there can be no guarantee that other customers will achieve the same results.
2Compared to grid-based acquisition, depending on breast thickness.