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TomTec EchoScan module wins clearance

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The Food and Drug Administration has put the final pieces togetherfor 3-D ultrasound developer TomTec Imaging Systems. The Boulder,CO, company received 510(k) clearance from the agency for EchoScan,the image acquisition portion of its 3-D and 4-D

The Food and Drug Administration has put the final pieces togetherfor 3-D ultrasound developer TomTec Imaging Systems. The Boulder,CO, company received 510(k) clearance from the agency for EchoScan,the image acquisition portion of its 3-D and 4-D ultrasound workstation.TomTec won marketing clearance earlier this year for EchoView,the workstation's image reconstruction component (SCAN 3/15/95).TomTec may now begin marketing the system to routine clinicalsites.

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