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The purpose of this study is to evaluate and optimize the performance of the ultrasound decorrelation imaging technique on 10 clinical patients where ultrasonographic clip detection is needed.
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The purpose of this research is to evaluate the efficacy of a new breast tissue assessment tool that provides new diagnostic information about breast masses and potential for early classification of malignant masses.
This study is being done to:
• Test an investigational breast imaging system;
• Image the breast and see if we can differentiate lesions by using the investigational imaging system;
• Test an investigational breast stiffness measurement method
• Test and compare to an FDA approved ultrasound stiffness imaging system (GE LOGIQ E9 (LE9)
• Compare to ultrasound images using Alpinion clinical ultrasound platform, FDA approved ECUBE 12 and a non-FDA approved ECUBE 12R
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