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FDA clears breast biopsy device

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Advanced Imaging Technologies has received marketing clearance from the FDA for a breast biopsy on its Avera Breast Imaging System. Unlike conventional ultrasound scanners, Avera uses diffractive, or "through-wave," ultrasound. The biopsy capability will

Advanced Imaging Technologies has received marketing clearance from the FDA for a breast biopsy on its Avera Breast Imaging System. Unlike conventional ultrasound scanners, Avera uses diffractive, or "through-wave," ultrasound. The biopsy capability will allow physicians to perform immediate biopsies on suspicious breast masses during an Avera imaging session, according to the company.

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