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E-Z-EM introduces MRM lesion marker

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E-Z-EM of Westbury, NY, has introduced a new line of placementneedles and marking wires that are compatible with MRI scannersfor localizing lesions during MR mammography. The company's lesionmarking system is made of a special low-magnetic material

E-Z-EM of Westbury, NY, has introduced a new line of placement

needles and marking wires that are compatible with MRI scanners

for localizing lesions during MR mammography. The company's lesion

marking system is made of a special low-magnetic material that

is visible on MRI scans but does not distort images, according

to E-Z-EM.

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