Molecular Breast Imaging — See What Matters™
Molecular Breast Imaging (MBI) is an imaging technique that reveals cancerous lesions, even in women with difficult-to-diagnose breasts.
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The Dilon 6800® Gamma Camera, an innovative
digital device optimized to perform BSGI/MBI,
displays the metabolic activity of breast lesions.
These images help doctors manage patients that
are difficult to diagnose, such as those with:
• Dense breast tissue
• Lesions that can be felt, but not detected
with mammography or ultrasound
• Post-surgical or post-therapeutic mass
• Breast implants
• Multiple indeterminate or suspicious lesions
or clusters of microcalcifications
• As well as patients taking hormone
BSGI/MBI has been performed on more than 250,000
patients in both hospitals and private imaging centers
across the country.
BSGI/MBI and the Dilon 6800® Gamma Camera can
help you and your doctor see what matters.
What is BSGI?
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Where Can I Find a BSGI Center?
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