An ideal solution would be a clip that can be easily found without the use of stereotactic intervention. This work reviews the available data on radiofrequency identification devices RFID in breast surgery, reports initial experience data in Europe and discusses surgical pitfalls, advantages and disadvantages. Four patients with non-palpable tumors were marked with the system and were correlated via mammography, pre- and intra-operative ultrasound and pathology.
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Wire-free lesion localization marker can now be implanted for more than 30 days, creating more flexibility for providers and patients during breast surgeries. With this clearance, the marker can now be implanted more than 30 days prior to a breast-conserving surgeryproviding even greater flexibility and convenience to patients and providers. Initially cleared by the FDA inLOCalizer is a non-radioactive, radiofrequency localization system designed for precise marking and targeting of lesions in breast-conserving surgery.
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Skip to main content. Published: May 01, Innovative technology enables precision and ease of use with a wireless Tag and Reader system that is free of radioactivity.
Cianna Medical believes women deserve better when it comes to breast cancer care. Traditionally, lumpectomy procedures involve wire localization— inserting a wire into the breast on the day of surgery. For many women, this leads to discomfort, increased anxiety, and reduced satisfaction.
Latest addition to growing portfolio of breast and skeletal health innovations to be featured at ECR March 7, — Hologic Inc. This system is designed for precise and easy marking and targeting of lesions for breast-conserving surgery guidance. The LOCalizer tag is designed to replace the traditional wire-guided localization method, helping to provide increased comfort and convenience for patients and their healthcare teams.
Patients at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Gateshead are the first in the UK to undergo pioneering breast cancer surgery. Some tumours that are identified by mammogram and ultrasound need to be marked so that a surgeon can remove them. Current practice in Gateshead is to insert a thin wire into the breast, which is left visible until surgery has taken place.
Tumor Ablation pp Cite as. The surgical management of breast cancer has evolved gradually over the past century from the exclusive use of radical mastectomy to the current practice of segmental mastectomy and radiation therapy. This less aggressive surgical approach in the management of breast cancer extended to treatment of the axilla.