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InnerVision scanner debuts with 510(k)

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Another new entrant in the low-field MRI sweepstakes, InnerVisionMRI of London, England, displayed impeccable timing by receiving510(k) clearance for its 0.14-tesla permanent magnet scanner justweeks before the RSNA meeting (SCAN 11/20/96). The scanner

Another new entrant in the low-field MRI sweepstakes, InnerVisionMRI of London, England, displayed impeccable timing by receiving510(k) clearance for its 0.14-tesla permanent magnet scanner justweeks before the RSNA meeting (SCAN 11/20/96). The scanner willbe displayed as Ortho 8000 in the booth of Vision Medical Servicesof Ontario, CA, which has U.S. rights to the system.

Vision will emphasize Ortho 8000's small footprint and minimalsiting requirements, its open-aperture magnet, and affordableprice and operating costs. The system will be targeted at orthopedic,pediatric, and interventional applications.

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