This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
Biomedical Imaging Technology Center at Emory University will develop new clinical magnetic resonance applications for Siemens' Magnetom Trio-3T scanner. Cleared via 510(k) in October 2001, the scanner's whole body design allows exploration of all human anatomical areas in both children and adults, according to the firm. BITC will use the device to study cardiovascular pathologies, musculoskeletal diseases, venous tumors and anatomic and functional aspects of the brain...
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