- Breast cancer is a leading reason for deaths in women. It arises in cells lining the internal surface of milk ducts or lobules in human breasts and is known as ductal carcinoma. Cancer prevalent in milk lobules is referred to as lobular carcinoma. Diagnosis by radiologists is done by examining the breasts, breast screening images, and mammograms. Studies indicate that during 2004 to 2014, breast cancer cases & deaths in women rose steadily.
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Escalating geriatric & general population and life expectancy rates across the globe are the major drivers of the breast imaging equipment market. Furthermore, awareness regarding breast cancer, its detection & treatment and implementation of medical programs to fight the illness are the other key drivers. The market is bifurcated into products and regions. Product segments are mammography, breast ultrasound, breast MRI, tomosynthesis, and nuclear imaging.
Mammography is a basic test for detecting breast cancer. It utilizes a tiny dosage of x-rays and is introduced via breast tissues to obtain 2D images. Breast ultrasound is the second-most broadly utilized test. This is primarily owing to its capacity to accurately image micro-calcifications via thick & fatty breast tissues.
Breast MRI helps cancer detection in women with comparatively dense breast tissues. Nuclear imaging finds applications in demand for restaging frequent cancer occurrences. In terms of regional segments, North America is predicted to dominate the breast imaging equipment market in the future. This will be due to the region’s large female geriatric population and high-tech medical infrastructure.
Asia Pacific would display huge expansion due to health awareness in India, China, Malaysia, & Philippines and regional reforms for breast cancer diagnosis & treatment. One of the prime trends observed among its suppliers is research for the development of new digital mammography & breast UV technologies. These would assist untimely cancer diagnosis and save many lives in the region.
Key participants in the worldwide breast imaging equipment market comprise Siemens Healthcare Corp., Dilon Technologies Inc., Philips Healthcare, SonoCine Inc., and Aurora Imaging Technologies Inc. Women across forty years and those experiencing hormonal replacement treatments are more susceptible to breast cancers. Thus, an increase in these populations is also estimated to further the demand for these equipments and propel market revenues.
Information Source: Grand View Research
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