By AuntMinnie.com staff writers
November 13, 2013

Molecular imaging developer Gamma Medica plans to unveil new enhancements to its LumaGem molecular breast imaging (MBI) system at RSNA 2013.

The system's redesigned collimator is intended to increase sensitivity, accelerate image acquisition, and decrease procedural time. In addition, an enhanced breast compression system is designed to maximize patient stability and ensure image quality.

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