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The American Cancer Society recommends that MRI screening be done annually in addition to mammography starting at age 30 for women at high risk for breast cancer, which is defined as a greater than 20 percent lifetime risk, determined by a number of factors such as a known BRCA1 or BRCA2 gene mutation, first-degree relatives with one of those mutations or a history of radiation therapy to the chest. The Society recommends that women at moderately increased risk, defined as between 15 and 20 percent lifetime risk, talk to their doctors about the benefits of adding MRI screening to their yearly mammogram.Read More...

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The Optima MR450w with GEM Suite MR system combines a patient-embracing caring design with insightful MR technology.

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In today’s blog we are going to continue with the preventative maintenance theme. Below you will find a tip from the Biomedical/Clinical Engineers at Trisonics concerning GE Healthcare’s LOGIQ 9 ultrasound system.

Have you ever replaced your CRT monitor because it looked fuzzy? According to the engineers at Trisonics, next time you should try to adjust it first before exchanging it out.

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