This report on the global mammography systems market analyzes the current and future prospects of the market. The report comprises an elaborate executive summary, including a market snapshot that provides overall information of various segments and sub-segments.
The mammography systems market is likely to witness promising and stable growth during 2018-2026.
The mammography systems are rising in demand increased awareness and rise in cases of breast
cancers are driving demand. Additionally, technological advancements like 3D imaging are expected to
further the cause of cosmetic enhancements. Growing aesthetical makeover in Asia Pacific region are
also expected to create new opportunities in the mammography systems market.
Mammography have been popular as systems with low-dose x-ray system which can peek inside the
human anatomy, specifically to provide a detailed overview of breasts. The rising digitalization and its
inclusion in the systems are making it easier to convert mammographic pictures through new electronic
formats. Additionally, the digital systems provides a vast array of connectivity, which makes it easier for
doctors to interact with colleagues, and patients in an easier manner.
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3D imaging also referred to as Breast tomosynthesis is the most advanced form of breast imaging in the
market today. It recreates anatomy by taking pictures of interiors from various different angles to
recreate a complete picture together. The synthesis process is similar to computed tomography or CT
imaging. However, its sophistication in capturing pictures from various different angles is expected to
create new opportunities in the mammography systems market.
The breast tomosynthesis continues to be an effective technique as large variety studies confirm that
the testing makes way for accurate findings. Although the high costs of the technology are a concern,
the fewer call-backs for screening are a major upside to the technology. Additionally, the technology
does emit slightly higher radiation than conventional systems. However, the systems have been FDA-
approved and some advanced systems have managed to find solutions to keep radiation at similar levels