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Breast workstation clears FDA

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A multimodality workstation developed by GE Medical for dedicated breast imaging has passed FDA review. The Seno Advantage Workstation supports data sets obtained by different modalities, such as ultrasound and MR, as well as digital x-ray. Built on GE's

A multimodality workstation developed by GE Medical for dedicated breast imaging has passed FDA review. The Seno Advantage Workstation supports data sets obtained by different modalities, such as ultrasound and MR, as well as digital x-ray. Built on GE's Advantage Workstation platform, it includes three monitors: two high-resolution gray-scale monitors for full-field digital mammography viewing and one color monitor to view multimodality images.

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