SiteSelect

SiteSelect

Surgery A system for removing a single tissue sample for faster diagnosis of suspicious breast lesions. See Breast biopsy.
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Ballem's is the only practice in the state that uses a stereotactic technology called a SiteSelect, which allows the removal of a tumor mass without removing any of the non-affected breast tissue.
SiteSelect periodically intercepts site visitors and invites them to participate in an online survey, offering an incentive.
Patients tell me that this procedure is painless once the regional anesthetic block is complete, and those who have had prior localization procedures preferred the SiteSelect procedure.
SiteSelect is used in conjunction with a stereotactic table that allows targeting and removal of a suspicious lesion without surgery.
In addition to SiteSelect, NPD New Media Services also offers the NPD Online Panel, a pre-recruited sample of Internet representative individuals for conducting market research on the Web.
Going forward, we remain focused on our laparascopic surgical business and our two new products -- the SiteSelect used for breast biopsies and the IsoStar radioactive seeds used for the treatment of prostate cancer.
The NPD Search and Portal Site Tracking Study was conducted during the second quarter 2000 using the NPD Online Research SiteSelect methodology, which selects a randomized sample of visitors to a client's web site and invites them to complete a survey through an ad banner invitation.
We now have a large group of trained centers throughout the US who have purchased and used SiteSelect as a part of their breast care program.
In addition to SiteSelect, NPD Online Research also offers The NPD Online Panel, a pre-recruited sample of Internet representative individuals for conducting marketing research on the Web.
In addition to SiteSelect, NPD Online Research also offers The NPD Online Panel, a prerecruited sample of Internet representative individuals for conducting marketing research on the Web.
SiteSelect permits surgeons and radiologists to remove a single, intact tissue sample for diagnosis of suspicious breast lesions.