$7.5m stretches reach of OrthoScan's Mini-C Arm
This article was originally published in Clinica
Scottsdale, Arizona-based OrthoScan is to expand US and international sales coverage of its lead product, the Mini-C Arm for fluoroscopic imaging of the extremities, with the $7.5m it raised in a recent series B financing. The funding round was led by River Cities Capital Fund (RCCF), with contributions from OrthoScan's existing shareholders Aphelion Capital, California Technology Ventures and a group of private investors. The Mini-C Arm sold by OrthoScan offers and improved image resolution and is a smaller and lighter version of the original system invented by the company's founder, Larry Grossman, in 1982. It is used during orthopaedic surgery and digital diagnostic imaging.
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