3D Tumor Imaging and Navigation
The difference with 3D Imaging and Navigation
SurgicEye’s declipseSPECT offers a 3D image viewing and navigation suite for radio guided surgery. This intra-operative solution provides image viewing, localization and depth information, as well as the uptake levels of radioactively labeled structures like tumors and sentinel lymph nodes. This information helps to guide the surgeon to perform minimally invasive procedures. Furthermore, declipseSPECT helps verify the complete resection of radioactive lymph nodes or to confirm negative resection of marked tumors. Documentation of complete removal is made easy by declipseSPECT. Additional information on declipseSPECT.
How to use declipseSPECT in the operating room?
“The declipseSPECT technology and its intra-operative use for navigated sentinel lymph node dissection will enable safer surgeries, and less invasive procedures. This can ensure a high quality outcome for every individual patient.”
Prof. Dr. Marion Kiechle
Director of the Women’s Hospital
Klinikum rechts der Isar
Dilon Diagnostics is the exclusive distributor of SurgicEye’s products in the U.S.
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