Selenia with tomosynthesis arrives at Craigavon

At Craigavon Area Hospital are, from left, hospital consultant radiologist Dr Gavin Briggs, superintendent radiographer Marie McStay, consultant radiologist Dr Stephen Hall, Hospital Services Limited managing director Martin Elliott, deputy superintendent radiographer Margaret Holland and Hologic UK business development manager David Lee.


Craigavon Area Hospital has received two Hologic Selenia digital mammography systems, including the first Selenia Dimensions system equipped with tomosynthesis in Ireland.


An acute hospital in the Southern Health and Social Services Board area, Craigavon is one of four cancer units in Northern Ireland providing symptomatic breast clinic and breast screening assessment services, chemotherapy and enhanced cancer pharmacological services.


See the full report on page 6 of the September 2011 issue of RAD Magazine.


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