The webinar will highlight the best practices utilising the latest technologies and tools for breast screening and diagnostic use
Fujifilm India is hosting a two-hour webinar today at 6:30 pm titled, ‘The Innoexperts – Empowering & Inspiring.’ The panel discussion will focus on how modern-day digital mammography machines and 3D Tomosynthesis can help early detection of cancer and examination dose is being reduced (in some cases by 50 per cent) when only tomosynthesis exposure is performed instead of the combo exposure of 2D and tomosynthesis.
Moderated by Dr Shilpa Lad, Consultant – Breast Imaging and Interventions, NM Medical, Mumbai. The panel will be attended by Dr Divya Santosh, Breast Radiologist, Sri Shankara Cancer Hospital & Research Centre Bangalore, Dr Parul Aggarwal, Principal Radiology Consultant at Max Superspeciality Hospital & Max Institute of Cancer Care, Vaishali, Ghaziabad, Dr Himanshu S Mohanty, Radiologist at Yashoda Super Speciality Hospital, Delhi and Dr Richa Bansal, Principal Cnsultant – Radiology, Max Superspeciality Hospital & Max Institute of cancer care, Delhi.
The webinar will highlight the best practices utilising the latest technologies and tools for breast screening and diagnostic use. Attendees will discover advancements in imaging technologies with CEDM that will help in detecting breast cancer at its nascent stage.
Commenting on the webinar, Chander Shekhar Sibal, Executive Vice President & Head of Medical Division at Fujifilm India, “At Fujifilm, it is our mission to raise awareness and encourage women of our country towards early detection of breast cancer. With our digital clinical session on digital breast imaging, we are taking a step to educate them about the advancements in modern technology. We believe in enabling healthcare experts with next-generation technology like CEDM and Amulet Innovality that allows them to go beyond conventional practices and help save lives.”