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ATL transducer gets PMA

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ATL Ultrasound has received supplemental premarket approval (PMA) from the Food and Drug Administration to market a new scanhead, L12-5, for breast imaging applications on the company's HDI 3000 scanner. The transducer features a new design that improves

ATL Ultrasound has received supplemental premarket approval (PMA) from the Food and Drug Administration to market a new scanhead, L12-5, for breast imaging applications on the company's HDI 3000 scanner. The transducer features a new design that improves near-field focus and image quality, according to the Bothell, WA, vendor. ATL has also received PMAs for breast imaging applications with its Ultramark 9 HDI and HDI 3000 systems.

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