2. More screen, less clicks
It’s clear that the resolution of breast imaging displays is vital in the correct representation and interpretation of mammograms. A high display resolution brings nothing but benefits. First of all, radiologists can see details much clearer. Secondly, more resolution helps radiologists with their workflow.
How? In breast imaging, radiologists should view breast images in full size. If you have more vertical resolution, it is easier to fit the whole breast image on the screen.
Take a look at the following image. On a regular breast imaging display (5 megapixels), you need 4 steps to view every part of the breast image at 1:1. On a display with a slightly higher resolution (e.g. 5.8 megapixels), you only need 2 steps to read the same image.