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[photo] AMULET Innovality digital mammography station

AMULET Innovality


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.


High quality images for easier diagnosis

Tomosynthesis: making it possible to observe the internal structure of the breast  

[photo] 2D mammography image of breast tissue compared to Excellent-m 3D image of breast

S-View(synthesized 2D image)function is available

Tomosynthesis by AMULET Innovality automatically produces not only tomograms obtained at 1 mm intervals but also a two- dimensional S-View image combining multiple slice images.
With the S-View image showing the overall view added to tomograms offering the views in detail, comprehensive image reading is possible.

[photo] Multiple slice images of breast tissue combine into S-view image of tissue

ISR (Iterative Super Reconstruction)

1. Reducing graininess of image in low-dose tomography

The image patterns are recognized to selectively suppress the patterns that do not exist in human body architectures as noise, to reduce distractive noises in the event of low-dose tomography.

2. Suppressing interference of human body architectures at different depths (as illustrated on the right)

In the process of reconstructing the 3D breast architecture from multiple 2D images, calcification, mass, spicula, mammary gland and other signals that emerge from different depths in the breast architecture are selected off to reproduce the breast architecture at the focus depth with greater fidelity.

3. Restoring the fine-structure

Our super-resolution technology is introduced to restore the fine-structure of calcification and other phenomena, the visibility of which is impaired by the movement of the X-ray tube, to facilitate interpretation of tomosynthesis images.

[image] Example of Tomosynthesis process and Artifact by Calcification in breast tissue

Offers significantly lower doses than the conventional method

Two modes suitable for a range of clinical purposes

HR (High Resolution) mode

  • Acquisition angle: ±20°
  • Pixel size: 100/50 m

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.

[photo] AMULET Innovality takes approx. 9 seconds to capture image in High Resolution mode

ST (Standard) mode

  • Acquisition angle: ±7.5°
  • Pixel size: 100/150 m

The smaller angular range and fast image acquisition allow Tomosynthesis scans to be quickly performed with a relatively low X-ray dose.

[photo] AMULET Innovality takes approx. 4 seconds to capture image in Standard mode

Static face guard for Tomosynthesis imaging (Face Guard T Comfort)

Shortens the imaging cycle with a fast display and reconstruction

After a shot, the next shot in either 2D or 3D can be started with a cycle time of approx. 15 seconds.

[image] Process of Standard mode imaging from start of first shot to finish
  • * Some items are optional, please contact your subsidiary for the detail.