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Intraoperative breast cancer probe

Intraoperative breast cancer probe. The Dune margin assessment device is an innovative solution consisting of a sterile, handheld probe and a portable console. The new probe uses radiofrequency (RF) spectroscopy to characterise breast tissue in real time during surgery to determine margin malignancy status, and potentially to reduce re-excision procedures. When the probe tip is applied to an excised lumpectomy segment, RF signals are transmitted into the tissue and reflected back to the console where they are analysed to determine tissue status. With easy manipulation and immediate results, the technology is designed for straight forward integration into an existing surgical workflow. The device is currently undergoing clinical trials in Israel and additional studies in the USA.

Intraoperative breast cancer probe




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