3D Specimen Radiography System

A New Standard in Breast Cancer Margin Assessment.

The MOZART iQ® System uses 3D tomosynthesis to identify surgical margins in three axes, and facilitates lower re-excisions by visualizing more information than 2D imaging.

Empowering Surgeons to Close with Confidence

The MOZART iQ® System is a major advancement in breast cancer margin assessment from KUBTEC. It uses 3D tomosynthesis X-ray technology, the gold standard for diagnostic mammography as well as amorphous selenium direct capture imaging technology, to enable surgeons and radiologists to accurately detect positive margins in breast cancer patients undergoing segmental mastectomy3. This new system is currently available in the US and Canada.

Benefits of The MOZART iQ® System in the Operating Room


In a UT Southwestern study of 446 breast cancer surgeries, The MOZART System "decreased re-excision rates by more than half" compared to the Hologic Trident® System.1

Tissue Preservation

In a MD Anderson study of 99 breast cancer surgeries the authors concluded that use of The MOZART System “decreases the amount of additional tissue excised unnecessarily.3


In a Rush Medical study, the use of The MOZART system “saved an average of 7.6 minutes per surgery and a decrease in OR cost of $284.62 per case” for wire‐localized segmental mastectomies.2

3 Dimensions

The MOZART iQ® System utilizes 3D tomosynthesis, which enables analysis in 1 millimeter digital slices. Each slice has its own margin, and can be viewed independently, unobscured by dense tissue above or below.

High Quality Images

The MOZART iQ® System utilizes amorphous selenium direct capture imaging technology to provide crisp, high quality images -especially important when viewing microcalcifications, spiculations, lymph nodes and cavity shaves.

Features of The MOZART® iQ System

Large Imaging Area

6"X 8" active imaging area for larger specimens, such as mastectomies.

Voice Control

Speech recognition technology allows you to operate the system without breaking scrub.

The Image Blender™

Combines optical and X-ray images for a most comprehensive view of the specimen’s anatomy.

Integrated HD Optical Camera

Creates optical images, enabling you to visually orient your specimen accurately, in real-time.

Automatic Specimen Alert

Notifies you if a specimen is accidentally left inside the system.

Integrated Gamma Probe

Seamless use with GammaPRO® - Advanced crystal technology, a sleek design, and seamless integration into OR workflows.


"Three dimensional specimen tomosynthesis has brought specimen radiography in to the 21st century as it negates all the short comings of two dimensional radiography and accurately provides data for targeted re-excision of cavity margins thereby reducing total volume loss and enhancing aesthetics.”

Dr. Ashutosh Kothari
Oncoplastic & Reconstructive Breast Surgeon at Guy’s and St. Thomas NHS Foundation Trust

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  1. Natalia Partain, MD, et al. Differences in Re-excision Rates for Breast-Conserving Surgery Using Intraoperative 2D Versus 3D Tomosynthesis Specimen Radiograph. Ann Surg Oncol 2020: Published online Aug 01, 2020
  2. Hannah W. Kornfeld BA, et al. The temporal and financial benefit of intraoperative breast specimen imaging: A pilot study of the Kubtec MOZART. Breast J. 2019;25:766–768
  3. Ko Un Park, MD, et al. Digital Breast Tomosynthesis for Intraoperative Margin Assessment during Breast-Conserving Surgery. Ann Surg Oncol 2019:26:1720-28.