New mammography monitor from JVCKENWOOD on the move

Higher contrast and brightness promise even better image quality

The 14th International Workshop on Breast Imaging (IWBI) took place under the scientific direction of Dr. Elizabeth Krupinski at Emory University in Atlanta. The lectures focused on artificial intelligence, dose reduction and tomosynthesis.


JVCKENWOOD participated in the IWBI industrial exhibition and presented the new generation model of the brand new 5-megapixel color breast imaging monitor. "The higher brightness will give it even better image quality than its predecessors," reveals Marcel Herrmann, Marketing Manager Medical Imaging at JVCKENWOOD. "It also features new smart accessories. More details will be announced later this year."


The IWBI - formerly International Workshop on Digital Mammography (IWDM) - sees itself as a platform on which the latest technological developments and clinical findings with new mammographic methods such as tomosynthesis, CT, MR, ultrasound and optical and molecular imaging are to be presented. Each year, the workshop brings together a big  group of researchers, clinicians and industry representatives with the aim of taking big  steps towards the early detection and treatment of breast cancer.