ductoscopy

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ductoscopy

endoscopy that assesses early changes in the breast ducts in women.
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Breast health awareness, is a given in this country, however, many insurance companies do not normally cover mammary ductoscopy procedures for early detection.
From July through November, mammary ductoscopy instrument sales accounted for approximately 40% of the total sales for the period.
SAN ANTONIO -- Mammary ductoscopy may provide the missing link that renders ductal lavage more clinically relevant, Dr.
According to his editorial, clinical evidence from studies has shown that the procedure utilizing the MastaScope(TM), minimally invasive mammary ductoscopy, is capable of visualizing lesions, which may be early stages of cancer, at dramatically smaller sizes than is currently possible through mammography.
Total mammary ductoscopy sales increased 183% from $7925.
Mammary ductoscopy is on its way to becoming a practical tool for visualizing abnormalities in breast tissue, obtaining tissue samples, and directing surgeons to the precise location of abnormal tissue,
Patients should be aware that mammary ductoscopy, utilizing the MammoView system, is a means to detect, diagnose, and treat breast cancer years before surgery, physical exams or other external imaging that can reveal evidence of the disease.
George's Hospital and Medical School and Professor at Brunel Institute of Cancer Genetics & Pharmacogenomics and his research team in the UK have commenced a new study, examining the role of mammary ductoscopy, using MastaScope, in conjunction with dynamic thermal analysis, using the First Warning System and proteomics in the early detection of breast cancer.
Pink Sheets: SNDY) is pleased to announce that advanced breast cancer detection through the use of mammary ductoscopy was a featured topic and reviewed in panel discussions at the 94th Annual American College of Surgeons Clinical Congress in San Francisco, CA.
The article also addresses an issue of false positives that require further investigation using molecular genetic markers of malignancy and novel techniques such as mammary ductoscopy.
Earlier this year, a mammary ductoscopy procedure conducted at the Cleveland Clinic by Jill Dietz, MD was the subject of a Discovery Channel television segment.