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Magna-Lab to display with FDA nod

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MRI developer Magna-Lab willenjoy its first RSNA meeting with Food and Drug Administrationclearance for its Magna-SL scanner, a small-bore 0.3-tesla permanentmagnet scanner for niche applications. The Hicksville, NY-basedcompany received FDA clearance

MRI developer Magna-Lab willenjoy its first RSNA meeting with Food and Drug Administrationclearance for its Magna-SL scanner, a small-bore 0.3-tesla permanentmagnet scanner for niche applications. The Hicksville, NY-basedcompany received FDA clearance in September (SCAN 9/28/94).

Magna-Lab is marketing Magna-SL as a cost-effective scannerfor novel applications such as extremity scans of weight-bearingknees. The scanner has a list price of about $500,000 and sitesin 150 square feet of space.

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