Sectra signs up Spanish distributor of mammography tech - UPDATE
This article was originally published in Clinica
Swedish medical image management company Sectra has signed up Fundaci�n García Muñoz (FGM) as the non-exclusive distributor of its full range of digital mammography technology in Spain. The deal, of which financial details were not disclosed, will see FGM make technology such as Sectra’s MicroDose mammography and breast imaging PACS system available to both the private and public healthcare sectors in the country. Torbjörn Kronander, president of Sectra Imtec, told Clinica that the digital mammography market in Spain was among the top five largest markets in Europe along with the UK, Germany, France and Italy.
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