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Fonar gets CE Mark for Quad 12000

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MRI developer Fonar of Melville, NY, has received CE Mark certification for sales of its Quad 12000 scanner in the European Union. The scanner will be sold through a network of five distributors covering the continent, according to the company. The

MRI developer Fonar of Melville, NY, has received CE Mark certification for sales of its Quad 12000 scanner in the European Union. The scanner will be sold through a network of five distributors covering the continent, according to the company. The scanner received 510(k) certification in the U.S. in 1995.

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