German university launches eye ultrasound device:
This article was originally published in Clinica
A new ultrasound machine used in the diagnosis of diseases of the eye and orbit has been installed at the University of Applied Sciences in the northern Rhineland Palatinate in Germany. Launched as part of the "Rhineland Palatinate inventor region" initiative, the machine, called the TIMUG-Eye-Analyzer (TEA) was developed through a co-operative agreement between the university and Bonn-based ophthalmic ultrasound specialist TIMUG Technology. The TEA is able to examine the various layers of the eye, including the retina, choroid, sclera and substructures.
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