Mammotome CoreVision redefines the standard of care for your patients by enabling immediate in-room specimen radiograph. With the system located directly in the biopsy suite, there is no need to disrupt mammography workflow. Specimen images are displayed on a high resolution monitor within seconds, allowing clinicians to save valuable time by shortening the procedure, all while ensuring a better biopsy experience for your patients.

benefits & features

Tray with Tissue Samples

Increase Procedural Efficiency

Rapidly verify the presence of microcalcifications with the touch of a button, only steps from the table. Automatic calibration and on-demand confirmation reduces overall procedure time and enables you to get your patient off the table faster.

Stereo Solutions

Streamline with Ease to Never Leave Your Patient

Confirm microcalcifications in the room where the biopsy is performed, without leaving your patient alone. Mammotome CoreVision is streamlined with a simple one-button operation, while no additional x-ray shielding is required and no specialized x-ray knowledge is needed to operate the system.

Mammotome CoreVision

Improve Workflow and Avoid Disruption to Mammography Screening

With a small footprint to minimize intrusion, samples can be imaged in the stereo suite during the procedure without the need of a mammography unit. Images can instantly be sent to multiple destinations (PACS) without disrupting mammography workflow.

Mammotome Specimen Radiograph Customer Testimonial

“The speed of the systems helps with efficiency of the procedure and means less time for the patient in compression.” Source: Large Academic Medical Center, TVID: A9B-CC8-5EB TechValidate

Mammotome Specimen Radiograph: Physician, Technologist and Patient Benefits

"This combination is quickly becoming the standard of care as it allows the physician to remain with the patient while the specimen radiograph is obtained, thus improving the patient’s experience and decreasing potential complications." Source: Darius Gilvydis, MD, Director of Women’s Imaging, Edward Hospital, Naperville, Illinois Fellowship: Yale University School of Medicine