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Nomos introduces positioning device

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Image-guided therapy took a step forward May 20 with the introduction by Nomos of an ultrasound real-time imaging/positioning technology called ImageSync. Built into Nomos' new BAT SXi image-guided therapy technology, ImageSync provides a stream of

Image-guided therapy took a step forward May 20 with the introduction by Nomos of an ultrasound real-time imaging/positioning technology called ImageSync. Built into Nomos' new BAT SXi image-guided therapy technology, ImageSync provides a stream of ultrasound images that can be utilized in real-time to localize cancer targets prior to radiation therapy. Clinicians and therapists can dynamically move and align structure sets with the touch of a finger. The new technology is compatible with conventional radiotherapy as well as intensity-modulated radiation therapy.

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