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Acoustic Imaging releases new probes

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Acoustic Imaging will introducethree new scanheads, according to president John Kingsley, andwill display its Performa and AI 5200 S Envision ultrasound scanners.The Phoenix-based vendor will also focus on its work in breastultrasound with Performa.

Acoustic Imaging will introducethree new scanheads, according to president John Kingsley, andwill display its Performa and AI 5200 S Envision ultrasound scanners.The Phoenix-based vendor will also focus on its work in breastultrasound with Performa.

The three new transducers are the 4-2 MHz deep focus array(DFA) scanhead for general abdominal, endocavity and ob/gyn applications;a 6.5-MHz endovaginal probe; and a 7.5/6.5 MHz biplane transducerfor prostate applications.

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