Slider 8 Publications
Eine bahnbrechende Innovation der Mammographie, basierend auf wissenschaftlichen Forschungen.
Slider 6 Publications

Problemlos reproduzierbare Brustkompressionen,
Jahr für Jahr.


Slider 3 Publications
Reproduzierbare Mammographien mit ähnlicher Bildqualität, die
extremen Druck vermeiden.

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2021-04-08 - Diagnostic Imaging Europe
This article in DIEurope, March 2021 edition, summarizes the results of a  recently published paper evaluating the introduction of a pressure sensing flexible paddle in digital breast tomosynthesis (DBT). 
2020 - ECR - Online presentation
During the online-only ECR 2020 the following research abstract will be presented: K.J. Schilling, M. van Lier, S. Muller, "Impact of a pressure-based flexible paddle in digital breast tomosynthesis on the participant and technologist." ECR 2020...
2020 - Mammographic compression practices of force- and pressure-standardisation protocol: A scoping review
In this review, the current standing of mammographic compression practices available in the existing literature was assessed. They concluded: "As a suggested mammographic guideline, compression pressures of approximately 10kPa aid in...
2020-01-13 Projekttreffen des deutsch-niederländischen Projekts "InMediValue"
Innovationen für die Medizinische Bildgebung: Darum geht es beim deutsch-niederländischen Projekt „InMediValue“, bei dem unsere Kolleginnen und Kollegen aus der UKM-Radiologie Projektpartner sind.
2019-10-25 Sint Lucas’ experience with the pressure-based mammography paddle.
Interview by DIEurope with dr. Hilde Goris, specialized breast radiologist in the Sint Lucas Hospital, Bruges, Belgium and Prof. Hilde Bosmans, head of the Department of Medical Physics & Quality assessment at the UZ Leuven on their clinical...
2019-10-16 Interview with co-founder of Sigmascreening
Sigmascreening has revolutionised mammography with its personalised pressure-based technology. Will this innovation save thousands of lives?
2019-10-04 EUSOBI Annual Scientific Meeting
Looking back on a very interesting EUSOBI conference in Budapest where we presented the improvement of mammographic workflow after introducing the Sensitive Sigma paddle in two independent radiology departments.
2019-08-27 Letter to the Editor - European Radiology
Reaction of Sigmascreening to the paper of Jeukens et al. Eur Radiol (2019) 29: 2545. 
2019-06-05 - Tubantia (Dutch newspaper)
"The less painful mammography system for breast cancer research faces a breakthrough. The device is a product of the company Sigmascreening and was developed with two professors from the AMC."
Affirmative paper for pressure based compression from the Norwegian screening
Recently, a paper from the Norwegian screening program appeared online in which they compared three different compression paddles. A fixed study paddle with pressure indication was compared to a conventional flex paddle and a conventional fixed...
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