• Dense Breasts

    Remove and reveal in the deepest, densest tissue.
    Sometimes standard mammo techniques are enough
    But in dense breasts – that’s half your patients2.

    It does the math, magically.
    SenoBright™ HD dual-energy recombination technology
    suppresses background breast tissue and maximizes the iodine
    signal for all breast density patterns.3-6
  • Increase diagnostic confidence

    SenoBrightTM HD provides high sentivity and specificity to reduce
    false-positives and help prevent unnecessary exams1.
  • Transform your patients’ experience

    Patient anxiety can be reduced by providing a breast cancer diagnosis in one appointment, one setting, in less than 7 minutes.7
    • Help reduce patient anxiety by providing a diagnosis in one appointment, one setting.
    • When a woman receives an inconclusive mammogram result, every minute waiting for definitive answers seems like an eternity.
    • By performing a SenoBright HD exam at the same time as a mammogram, in the same room, with the same equipment, you can help eliminate waiting times, lengthy exams and contraindications to breast MRI — sparing your patients additional emotional, physical and financial burdens.
    • Providing peace of mind.
    Two out of three patients8
    prefer the SenoBright HD
    experience to a breast MRI, with:
    • faster procedure time
    • greater comfort
    • lower noise level
    • lower rates of anxiety9
  • The confidence of MRI with fewer costs overall

    After a suspicious or inconclusive mammo, get a contrast-enhanced image at minimal incremental cost. Research indicates a 53% reduction in equipment costs in addition to 59% reduced staffing costs for Contrast Enhanced Mammography compared to breast MRI.10 SenoBright HD CESM is a cost-effective alternative to Breast MRI, reducing cost-per-exam by 80%.11 And it can be a more affordable option for patients with and without insurance.

Fast Facts

  • 2 out of 3 patients prefer SenoBright HD
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GE Mammography

1. Data on file GE Healthcare 2017.
2. Kerlikowske K et al. JAMA Intern Med 2013; 173: 807–816.
3. Travieso Aja MM et al. Radiologia 2014; 56: 390–399.
4. Lalji U, Lobbes M. Womens Health (Lond) 2014; 10: 289–298.
5. Patel BK, Lewin JM. “Chapter 5: Comparison of Contrast-Enhanced Mammography and Contrast-Enhanced Breast MRI” in: Lobbes M, Jochelson MS (ed). Contrast-Enhanced Mammography. Springer 2019. (page 77/ 78-84).
6. Lewin JM, Yaffe MJ. “Chapter 1: A History of Contrast-Enhanced Mammography” in: Lobbes M, Jochelson MS (ed). Contrast-Enhanced Mammography. Springer 2019. (page 8).
7. Data on file GE Healthcare 2017.
8. Hobbs et al., Contrast-enhanced spectral mammography (CESM) and contrast enhanced MRI (CEMRI): Patient preferences and tolerance, J Med Imaging Radiat Oncol. 2015.
9. Data on file. GE Healthcare 2017.
10. Patel et al., Potential Cost Savings of Contrast-Enhanced Digital Mammography, AJR Am J Roentgenol. 2017.
11. Data on file. GE Healthcare 2017.
12. It takes up to 10 minutes to interpret an MR vs 1–2 minutes for CESM.
13. Tardivel A et al. Breast J 1016; 1–9.
14. Data on file. GE Healthcare 2017.
15. Data on file. GE Healthcare 2017.