Woman’s Hospital in Baton Rouge, Louisiana is the regional mammography leader, committed to providing women with the most advanced tools and education in detecting breast cancer. Performing more than 45,000 mammograms annually, the hospital is transforming breast cancer screening and detection by combining its double-reading mammogram review process with the latest 3D mammography technology from Barco.

When it comes to breast imaging, patients want to know beyond a shadow of a doubt that they are getting the best available diagnosis and treatment. Breast tomosynthesis, or 3D mammography, has been proven to result in earlier detection, fewer call backs for additional work-up, and greater accuracy in pinpointing abnormalities. That's why Woman's Hospital chose a display system that could ensure the highest level of diagnostic accuracy: the Barco Coronis Uniti™
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The large, 12 megapixel monitor offers vast real estate for efficiently managing diagnostic workflow, making scale-to-fit images easy to organize and read while the higher luminance and contrast improve image quality. “The Coronis Uniti is so much bigger and brighter than other monitors. I take advantage of the additional real estate when conducting multi-planar reconstruction studies," comments James Ruiz, MD, Radiologist and Breast Imaging Specialist at Woman’s Hospital.

Intuitive Workflow features like SpotView™, which enables the radiologist to create a focused circle of bright light on an area of interest, and RapidFrame™, which renders moving images with no blurring, enabling fast scrolling and cine cycles in full detail, further facilitate image reading.