The change from analog to digital mammography in combination with breast sonography, and in some cases the MRT, has enormously increased the quality of breast cancer diagnostics.
To completely exploit the potential of the procedures and to support the early detection of tumors, the diagnostic monitors must meet high demands in terms of quality. This applies all the more to use within the scope of national breast cancer screening programs, which need rapid image composition for the mammography data sets, a high performance level, and they also place specific requirements on quality control (calibration).
The right monitor for every situation
Since the new DIN 6868-157, a 2k x 2k screen matrix has been deemed standard for mammography diagnostics. This can be ensured both with 5 megapixel monitors and 8 megapixel monitors.
Alongside the classic, monochrome display on two monitors, EIZO also satisfies other requirements on the part of the users:
Widescreen monitors for the parallel display of preview images and current images, for example, without disruptive frames between images
Option of multi-modal display of mammography, sonography, and MRT images
The EIZO benefits at a glance
Precise, steady monitor image
A high contrast ratio
Deep black values to enable the differentiated display of similar, dark gray scales
10 bit display supports razor-sharp rendering and reliable distinctions between even the smallest differences in tissue
Permanent precision through calibration in accordance with the DICOM standard, including availability of DICOM presets and constant quality testing.
Diagnostic monitors for digital mammography
The secure identification of breast cancer requires a precise, steady, and high-resolution monitor image. EIZO ensures maximum diagnostic certainty through image rendering devices for digital mammography.