This weekend Fujifilm will be showing off its brand new ASPIRE Bellus II mammography diagnostic workstation at the National Consortium of Breast Centers, having received FDA clearance for it last September.
The ASPIRE Bellus II workstation provides a multimodality view that can be used to analyze 2D and tomosynthesis scans against each other. Various DICOM standards are supported by the system and it has useful features such as quadrant view, historical scan comparisons, and image inversion.
Radiologists can customize how they access the system and can define personalized configurations to quickly move from case to case.
The ASPIRE Bellus II is slated to be available in the spring of this year.