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Hear about how the Magseed® marker gives you back control

Physicians around the world have been able to take back control of their schedules, achieve low re-excision rates and give their patients a better experience with the Magseed® marker.†

Since it’s launch, the Magseed® marker has been enthusiastically adopted by surgeons, radiologists and breast care nurses from across the world. Hear why so many want to offer this to their patients.


Radiologists tell us how after upgrading from wire localisation or removing radioactivity, the Magseed® marker has had a transformational impact on their scheduling and efficiency.

Heather Greenwood, MD
Assistant Professor of Clinical Radiology, Breast Imaging, University of California, San Francisco
Nina Klein, MD
Radiology-Breast Imaging, UH Cleveland Medical Center

"I think Magseed has had a great positive effect on our department. There's easier coordination with our surgeons, with the operating room, and just scheduling our patients."


Hear what breast surgeons have to say about the standard of care they are now able to offer their patients thanks to the Magseed® marker.

Dr Michael Alvarado
Professor of Surgery, Director, Breast Surgery Fellowship, University of California, San Francisco
Dr Abigail Caudle
Associate Professor, Breast Surgical Oncology, MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX

"The ability to utilise the seed, place the seed at a different setting, maybe the week before, and then have that patient come in, just for the surgery, right up to the pre-op area, has really changed things dramatically for us."

Breast care nurses

The Magseed® marker is the marker of choice for many breast care nurses. Here are just some of their experiences of how it is improving patient care.

Peggy Hughes
Nurse, University of California, San Francisco
Umaymah Nisar
Breast Care Nurse, Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust, UK

"Endomag, predominantly Sentimag for both Magseed and the Magtrace has really enriched our program here at UC."


†Clinical references available on our Clinical data page.

Please note that the clinical indication may vary in different countries; please either visit our Indications page, consult the appropriate IFU or your local distributor for more information.