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FDA clears InnerVision MRI scanner

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Niche MRI developer InnerVision MRI of London, U.K., has received510(k) clearance for its Ortho 8000 0.14-tesla permanent magnetsystem. InnerVision has targeted the system at orthopedic, pediatric,and interventional uses (SCAN 8/30/95). Ortho 8000 will

Niche MRI developer InnerVision MRI of London, U.K., has received

510(k) clearance for its Ortho 8000 0.14-tesla permanent magnet

system. InnerVision has targeted the system at orthopedic, pediatric,

and interventional uses (SCAN 8/30/95). Ortho 8000 will be sold

in the U.S. by Vision Medical Services, and will be shown in Vision's

booth at next month's Radiological Society of North America meeting.

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