3-D Breast Tomosynthesis to Enjoy Tremendous Growth through 2021, Predicts Daedal Research in Its New Report Recently Added at MarketPublishers.com

27 Jan 2017 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – Nowadays, different types of breast imaging are available including ultrasound, ductography, MRI, thermography and tomosynthesis, etc. X-ray examination of breast is known as mammograms, which are most common for cancer detection amid women, even when there are no any symptoms and signs of the disease. There are two major types: diagnostic and screening mammograms. Furthermore, as the technology has advanced, now it could be segmented into 3-D breast tomosynthesis and digital mammogram.

The world’s 3-D breast tomosynthesis market is anticipated to see tremendous growth in the next five years. Robust growth in this market will likely be fueled by rising per-capita healthcare expenditures, enhancing cigarettes consumption as well as alcohol consumption, and also increase in cancer cases worldwide. However, the 3-D breast tomosynthesis market faces certain challenges, for instance, limited number of manufacturers, threat to innovation and funding issues.

Cutting-edge topical study by Daedal Research titled “Global 3-D Breast Tomosynthesis Market: Size, Trends & Forecasts (2016-2021)” offers a comprehensive overview of the global market for 3-D breast tomosynthesis with in-depth insights into the market landscape. It covers regulative issues and describes competitive landscape with data on top companies; examines the major factors influencing the development of the 3-D breast tomosynthesis market, discusses prevailing and emerging trends, and also identifies future growth opportunities and prospects. The report sheds light on the current situation in the major regional markets for 3-D breast tomosynthesis and gives access to forecasts through 2021.

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