Dilon Molecular Imaging System

The Dilon Molecular Imaging System is a general-use molecular imaging camera that is designed to image various organs, but has been optimized to perform Molecular Breast Imaging (MBI), providing a vital diagnostic adjunct to mammography and ultrasound. The Dilon MBI procedure, also known as BSGI,  is an excellent problem-solving tool when faced with a difficult-to-diagnose patient, especially those with dense breasts.

Available in two sizes:

Image Dilon – The standard Dilon 6800®: 6” x 8” (15 x 20 cm)
– Dilon 6800 Acella®: 8” x 10” (20 x 25 cm)
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  • Allows imaging close to the chest wall, thus minimizing dead space.
  • Portable gantry eliminating the need for installation or a dedicated exam room and allowing use at several points of care.
  • Movable detector head allows imaging in all mammographic positions, plus selective study of hard-to-reach areas such as the axilla.
  • May be located in or near the breast center for same-day diagnostic imaging.

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For more clinical and technical information, consult the DILON web site: www.dilon.com