December 2017 | Issue 15 Newsletter Archive

SCOUT 100 Patient Study at Columbia University Medical Center
This study1 conducted at Columbia University Medical Center in 100 women who underwent breast lesion localization and excision with SCOUT between June 2015 and May 2016. Key findings from the study include:

  • All reflectors were excised with 100% success
  • Positive margin rate found to be comparable to those reported for RSL  and better than those reported with wire localization
  • No OR delays or complications related reflector placement
Click to read the clinical study from Columbia University

1Mango VL, Wynn RT, Feldman S et al. Beyond Wires and Seeds: Reflector-guided Breast Lesion Localization and Excision. Radiology. ePub April 2017.

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