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Caprius upgrades MRI workstation

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MR mammography developer Caprius of Wilmington, MA, has installed the first pre-production model of Research Workstation, a new image processing computer designed to work with its Aurora breast MR scanner. The workstation enables physicians to view and

MR mammography developer Caprius of Wilmington, MA, has installed the first pre-production model of Research Workstation, a new image processing computer designed to work with its Aurora breast MR scanner. The workstation enables physicians to view and manipulate images collected with Aurora. It can perform functions such as 3-D display of possible breast tumors. The first Research Workstation has been installed at an Aurora site at Faulkner-Sagoff Breast Imaging and Diagnostic Centre in Boston. Regular production shipments are expected to begin next year.

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