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ASPIRE Cristalle

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Digital mammography system that produces high-resolution images with low X-ray dose, Dual mode Tomosynthesis, and comfort functions.

The content on this page is intended to healthcare professionals and equivalents.

Supports a variety of approach for patients

Biopsy Positioner - 50μm image solution

[photo] Front view of Biopsy Positioner - 50μm image solution and sample X-rays

The system is designed to support flexible positioning of tube and detector, from -90°to +90°. Ergonomically designed arm rests and disposable soft pads ensure patient comfort and safe positioning.

[photo] Close-up view of Biopsy Positioner - 50μm image solution
[image] Side by side of X-rays with a focus on the center and a zoomed in view of the center
  • Irradiation field size can be easily adjusted, depending on breast size and procedure needs. Convenient spacers can be used in order to perform needle positioning in extremely thin breasts, too.
  • AEC full automatic function is available for both scout (2D) and Tomosynthesis exposures.
  • Prior images and studies can be viewed during biopsy, to further improve accuracy.
  • Variable image resolution for different needs
Lateral approach
[photo] Medium view of the needle positioning which can be performed both vertically and laterally.

Thanks to the adapter, needle positioning can be performed both vertically and laterally. Accessing to the compressed breast in two directions ensures precise targeting of lesions which might be in a difficult position.

Supports a variety of needle
[photo] Both CNB/FNB/Hook wire and VAB needles in a carrying case

Both CNB/FNB/Hook wire and VAB needles can be used in a wide range of sizes, for various models and manufacturers.

  • *Refer to technical specifications and to local representatives for further information.

Tomosynthesis Biopsy

Targeting is supported using both tomosynthesis and stereoscopic images: the choice depends on operator confidence and lesion positioning.

  • Using a tomosynthesis image, it makes it possible to target the lesion which cannot be found on 2D image.
  • Thanks to easier lesion position identification, tomosynthesis targeting results in a more efficient workflow and more simple operation.
[photo] Tomosynthesis Biopsy in realtime simulation with sample 2D image and Tomo X-rays results

Stereo imaging

[image] Stereo imaging with 3 close-up images and 3D imaging of overlapping breast structures

•Overlapping breast structures make lesions less visible
•Difficult to identify a particular region

Tomosynthesis

[image] Stereo imaging with 3 close-up images and 3D imaging of reconstructed images showing overlapping structures

•Reconstructed images show overlapping structures separately
•Easier to locate a target than with the conventional method

[image] Side by side of a 2d and Tomosynthesis X-rays with a pink bordered focus on the second image and zoomed in thumbnails
  • Both Tomosynthesis and stereotactic support for needle positioning

The highest image quality and workflow efficiency for interventional proceduresa

  • * Some items are optional, please contact your subsidiary for the detail.