March 21, 1985
Mammography is introduced as a screening program in Sweden. Björn Ericson begins the development of Cytoguide.
January 8, 1986
The first prototype of Cytoguide is presented. The system is further developed in cooperation with Philips in Germany.
May 8, 1987
Cytoguide is put into use at the University Hospital in Kiel and then begins to be marketed and sold globally via Philips.
February 22, 1989
The first installation of Cytoguide is implemented and sales are accelerating the US market.
November 1, 1990
Planmed becomes a customer of Turon MedTech and has since been one of the company’s most loyal customers.
May 14, 1994
Toshiba becomes a customer of Turon MedTech.
January 5, 2000
Turon Medtech AB breaks out from Turon AB under Jonas Lindquist’s management
July 17, 2008
Collaboration begins with the Korean mammography manufacturer, Medifuture.
April 9, 2009
Cooperation with Siemens begins.
Alengers and Adani
January 4, 2012
Alengers and Adani become customers of Turon MedTech.
September 10, 2015
Cytoguide is upgraded with various additional features such as light indication for ease of use.
September 23, 2017
Cytoguide is upgraded with X-ray needle steering.
January 2, 2018
Cytoguide updated for tomosynthesis guided biopsy Quick mount (Laax) adapter for fully transparent tomosynthesis guided Fine and Core needle breast biopsy
July 11, 2019
Full support for lateral approach biopsy Existing holder design covers vacuum assisted biopsy New needle holder, a quick mount (Laax) fully flexible lateral needle holder for Fine, Core and Marker approach
November 14, 2020
New tactile feedback buttons Updated hand control for manual movement with tactile feedback in bottoms