Early Detection of Breast Cancer with Molecular Breast Imaging
What is MBI?
Molecular Breast Imaging (MBI), also known as Breast-Specific Gamma Imaging (BSGI), is a procedure that shows the metabolic activity of breast lesions. The Dilon 6800® Gamma Camera is optimized to reveal images that help doctors manage difficult to diagnose cases.
MBI has been performed on more than 400,000 patients in both hospitals and private imaging centers across the country.
The ProcedureBSGI is a valuable tool following a questionable mammogram, when further evaluation is needed. Especially when patients have:
Other tests, such mammography and ultrasound, image the physical structure of the breast. BSGI captures the actual cellular function of the breast tissue.
Don’t Wait — Get Answers NowThe Dilon 6800 is used right in your doctor's breast-imaging center so you may be able to receive same-day evaluation at the point of care. Most of all, you will get peace of mind by receiving the information you need quickly.
Advantages for Molecular Breast Imaging