Foxboro, MA (PressExposure) May 06, 2009 -- The Mole Markers offered by Suremark are essential for clearly identifying raised moles that can complicate mammographic imaging and require repeat testing.
Identifying raised moles has been a consistent problem in mammography for a long time. Using these circular markers allows for instant detection of these moles and avoids the mistake of confusing them with any type of palpable mass. This is crucial when it comes to saving time and money, as well as preventing unnecessary patient anxiety.
In addition to identification, the Suremark rings, when placed around a protuberance, put a stop to flattening due to breast compression. Flattening moles is one of the leading causes of confusion when distinguishing any area of concern from a natural mark on the skin. The Mole Markers effectively surround and contain these elevated moles, allowing for a broader view of the breast to improve the accuracy of the mammogram.
All of the Suremark rings are nonmetallic and semi-radiolucent, which is not only environmentally friendly but grant the medical personnel the ability identify an underlying palpable mass located near a mole â a common occurrence in mammography. There is a great disadvantage to radiopaque products, and that issue has become nonexistent with the use of a Suremark Mole Markers.
When purchasing Suremarkâs semi-radiolucent rings from Universal Medical Inc., there are the choices of having no reference points, or the inclusion of two or three. This gives the personnel the flexibility to distinguish between different types of moles or lumps as they desire. Enhancing the staffâs capability to differentiate the areas of interest is vital in the field of skin marking.
The Suremark Mole Markers [http://www.universalmedicalinc.com/suremark-mole-markers-spots-moles-with-an-o/detail/SL-MO_70] from Universal Medical Inc. are the ideal semi-radiolucent choice for the identification of raised moles, as they prevent flattening from compression at the same time.