MammoTest

MammoTest®

A stereotactic breast-imaging system that digitally localises a lesion, providing precise biopsy co-ordinates.
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Stereotactic fine needle aspiration biopsy (SFNB) of breast: preliminary results in Perth with the TRC mammotest machine.
Devicor's product portfolio also includes the Mammotome revolve, the tether-less Mammotome elite, Neoprobe Gamma Detection System, Mammotome MammoTest stereotactic biopsy table, as well as a comprehensive portfolio of tissue markers used in breast disease diagnostic sampling and management.
The MammoTest is Siemens fully digital prone table biopsy system with the largest breast aperture (11 inches) in the industry.
Screening is performed with a mammogram, also called a Mammotest.
The rights to the MammoTest system were acquired by Siemens this summer from Fischer Imaging.
The company also highlighted its new MammoTest prone table, which is designed to offer clinicians the choice of upright or prone stereotactic breast biopsy systems.
EES agreed to place a binding order with Fischer for 20 MammoTest tables (collectively, the "Tables") to be shipped to various locations in Europe.
Fischer, with Hologic's consent, granted Kodak a non-exclusive limited license to use certain Mammography Assets necessary to provide service and support on the installed base of SenoScan and MammoTest systems (the "Service business").
SenoScan and MammoTest sales were negatively affected by the announcement of the sale of the Mammography Assets, which resulted in competitive and pricing pressures.
The agreement contains a license back to Fischer of mammography intellectual property necessary to continue to service and support the installed base of SenoScan and MammoTest systems with Fischer's existing service organization, to maintain its contractual obligations for providing MammoTest and SenoScan systems to OEM customers and to carry out certain activities with respect to Fischer's RE&S business.
The agreement allows Fischer to continue to service and support the installed base of SenoScan and MammoTest systems with its existing service organization and to maintain its contractual obligations for providing MammoTest and SenoScan systems to Ethicon Endo-Surgery and Philips Medical Systems, respectively.
The company markets MammoTest in Europe through its OEM partner, the Ethicon Endo-Surgery unit of Johnson & Johnson.